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Colorado Supreme Court Opinions for June 27
The Colorado Supreme Court unanimously reversed en banc a judgment that upholds a juvenile court’s decision that held the Denver Department of Human Services made great efforts to help a mother with rehabilitation, but was unsuccessful, leading to the mother losing her parental rights.
Justices Appear Skeptical About Hospital Contract Requiring Patient to Pay Six-Figure ‘Sticker Price’
The Colorado Supreme Court heard arguments about hospital billing practices that left one patient on the hook for $229,000 more than expected.
Court Opinions: Colorado Supreme Court Opinions for Feb. 22
The Colorado Supreme Court abolished res gestae and concluded a bumpy Boulder sidewalk didn't pose an “unreasonable risk” to a pedestrian.
Supreme Court Hears Arguments on Legislative Redistricting Maps
Critics say the Colorado Supreme Court should reject an independent commission’s state Senate district map because it splits up the cities of Lakewood and Greeley and groups parts of Jefferson County with more rural counties.
Legal Aid Foundation Announces New Leadership
The Legal Aid Foundation of Colorado announced Thursday that six trustees have been elected to its board: Jonathan Boonin, a member at Hutchinson Black...
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Colorado Supreme Court Rules on ‘Use It or Lose It’ Vacation Policies
The Colorado Supreme Court ruled that employment agreements may not force employees to forfeit unused vacation pay when leaving a job.
Colorado Supreme Court Clarifies Questions in Workers’ Comp Cases
A dissent in an April 12 Colorado Supreme Court opinion asks the legislature to clarify an issue within Colorado’s Workers’ Compensation Act
Donald Quick Named 17th District Chief Judge
Colorado Supreme Court Chief Justice Nathan Coats has appointed Judge Donald Quick to serve as chief judge of the 17th Judicial District effective Jan....
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