Tag:Department of Justice

FTC and DOJ Seek Input on Updating Merger Rules

The FTC and DOJ announced they are seeking public comment on how to update merger guidelines for the modern economy.

Pandemic Drove Historic Lows for Prisoner and Parolee Rates

Prisoner and parole populations in Colorado and the U.S. hit historic lows in 2020, but local predictions expect a steady bounce-back.

The Colorado Lawyer and Senator Who Ran For President Twice

Many lawyers also serve in the political sphere but Gary Hart boasted two back-to-back presidential bids before he returned to practice

Federal Court Fights Over Fossil Fuel Leasing Pause Near Crescendo

Two federal courts will soon decide whether to block President Joe Biden’s move to hold up federal oil and gas leasing.

Willow Project Shows Mixed Climate Policy Signals From Biden Administration

The Biden administration sent a mixed signal in late May about its commitment to reversing course on oil exploration and extraction in Alaska.

Jason Dunn Reflects on Legacy as U.S. Attorney

Jason Dunn ended his term as U.S. attorney for the district of Colorado Sunday. He was appointed in 2018 and before that was a...

DOJ Files Statement of Interest in Colorado Church Freedom of Religion Claim

The Department of Justice on May 29 filed a statement of interest in Colorado federal court “supporting the First Amendment religious freedom claims” of...

Seven Join U.S. Attorney’s Office

U.S. Attorney Jason Dunn announced May 1 that the following individuals have recently joined the office as Assistant U.S. Attorneys: Candyce Choi Cline came to...