Tag:employment law

Five Questions with Katie Brown, DGS Associate and Employment Attorney

This week, we heard from Katie Brown, an associate and labor and employment attorney at Davis Graham & Stubbs.

California Lawsuit Questions Legality of PetSmart Training Repayment

The California lawsuit represented by Denver’s Towards Justice calls into question an increasingly common employment law trend.

CU Law School Panel Reflects on SCOTUS Term

A panel reflected on the U.S. Supreme Court’s 2021 term and its impacts on the law, appellate practice and society.

The Origin of the Paid Coffee Break

A 1956 Denver court case paved the way for paid coffee breaks when the 10th Circuit ruled mandatory breaks were too short to allow personal time.

As Noncompete Bill Heads to Governor’s Desk, Employers Should Review Notice Requirements, Pay Thresholds

The governor is expected to sign a bill limiting the use of noncompete agreements for workers earning less than six figures.

Colorado’s ‘Rising Stars’ Reflect on Recent Wins and Emerging Issues

Colorado's "rising stars" discuss their biggest achievements of the past year and reflect on new challenges in their practice areas.

Court Opinions: Colorado Court of Appeals Opinions for April 28

The Colorado Court of Appeals published its opinions in People v. Khalil Sander and Johnson Family Law v. Grant Bursek on April 28.

Bill to Limit Noncompete Agreements Passes House

The Colorado House passed a bill on Monday that would limit the use of noncompete agreements for employees making less than $101,000.