Tag:federal court

Colorado Republican Party Sues Over Unaffiliated Votes in Primaries

The state Republican Party sued to block a law that allows independent voters to participate in major political parties’ primary elections.

Federal Pro Se Clinic Launches Pilot Program for Colorado Prisoners

A clinic for people representing themselves in Colorado’s federal court has plans to expand its reach to serve incarcerated litigants.

Court Opinion: 10th Circuit Court of Appeals Opinion for June 23

A 10th Circuit affirmed the district court’s order imposing sanctions under its inherent power.

Court Opinion: 10th Circuit Court of Appeals Opinion for June 6

A 10th Circuit panel affirmed the district court’s determination that Vail Resort passholders failed to adequately plead their case.

Farmers Drop Request to Block Part of Colorado Agricultural Worker Rights Law as Challenge Continues

Farmers who asked a court to block an agricultural workers’ rights law dropped their request but haven’t dropped their suit.

Colorado Supreme Court to Review River Access Case

The Colorado Supreme Court has granted a petition for writ of certiorari in a water access case that could be precedent setting.

DOJ Takes Final Bite of Colorado Chicken Fixing Case

The dismissal appears to be the last chapter in a lengthy antitrust case which took place in Colorado’s federal court over several years.

Colorado Lawyers on Growing Number of Federal Antitrust Cases

A massive antitrust case is an example of a growing trend in Colorado and across the country, according to local attorneys.