Tag:federal law

Defendants Acquitted in Antitrust Trial Over Poultry Prices

Seasoned antitrust attorneys who represented the defendants say it was one of the most unusual cases they’ve handled.

Bills Addressing Medical Billing, Marijuana Regulation, Affordable Housing Introduced

This week, lawmakers introduced legislation on a variety of issues including affordable housing, medical billing practices and more.

Colorado Court of Appeals Revives Teller County ICE Suit, Nash v. Mikesell

The district court will now consider the case’s merits on the county sheriff’s obligations to enforce conflicting federal and state laws.

Climate Change Case to Impact Others Questioning Oil Company Liability

The U.S. Supreme Court heard arguments Dec. 19 in case that could affect climate change lawsuits filed by local governments nationwide