Former San Luis Valley DA Accused in Lawsuit of Cooking Up Criminal Charges Against Political Rival

A former DA and others are accused of pursuing false embezzlement charges against a political rival, according to a federal lawsuit.

Brownstein, Lathrop GPM, Stinson Announce New Attorneys, Promotions, Recognitions

Brownstein, Lathrop GPM and Stinson announced new attorneys and promotions; Lathrop GPM announced recognition and ranking in Chambers High Net Worth.

2023 Lawyers of the Year: John Walsh

In his more than 35-year career, John Walsh has tried to bring public service to the forefront of his work as a lawyer.

Court Opinions: 10th Circuit Court of Appeals Opinion for Sept. 15

The 10th Circuit Court of Appeals ruled in Bell v. Sorin CRM USA, reversing the district court decision that Sorin was liable for fraudulent inducement.

Court Opinions: 10th Circuit Court of Appeals Opinion for Sept. 12

The 10th Circuit Court of Appeals ruled on a case involving Colorado Regional Center Project Solaris and two groups of Chinese investors.

U.S. Secret Service Returns $286 Million in Fraudulently Obtained Funds to the Small Business Administration

The U.S. Secret Service returned $286 million in fraudulently obtained funds to the Small Business Administration.

Lawmakers Hear Testimony on Colorado False Claims Act from AG, Business Groups

AG Phil Weiser and business community representatives testified about the proposed Colorado False Claims Act at the state capitol on Tuesday.

State Auditor Recommends Law Enforcement Review Judicial Department Employees for Possibly Illegal Activities

Four ex-employees were reported to law enforcement after the Office of the State Auditor looked into allegations of fraud.