Tag:labor and employment

Spencer Fane, Snell & Wilmer Announce New Attorneys, Colorado Chamber of Commerce Releases 2024 Legislative Agenda

Spencer Fane LLP and Snell & Wilmer announced new attorneys; the Colorado Chamber of Commerce released its legislative agenda for 2024 and Colorado Bar Foundation celebrates its 70th year of service.

Womble Bond Dickinson Opens Denver Office, Spencer Fane Launches New Sports Law Team

Womble Bond Dickinson opens Denver office, Spencer Fane announced new attorneys, Berg Hill Greenleaf Ruscitti announced Best Lawyers® recognitions and more.

What’s In Store for the 2023 Colorado Legislative Session?

Brownstein shareholder Sarah Mercer and policy advisor Jia Meeks look ahead to the rest of the legislative session in Colorado, discussing bills we’ve already seen introduced and ones that may be coming soon.

Truth or Consequentials: The NLRB Expands Make-Whole Relief

Sherman & Howard associate attorney Jane Waterman-Joyce explains what the latest NLRB ruling may mean for employers.

The NLRB’s New Joint Employer Rule: Moving the Goalposts, Providing No Guideposts

Sherman & Howard member Patrick Scully and associate Iris Lozano explain the implications of the latest NLRB proposed rule about joint employers.

The Ever-Evolving INFO #9’s 2022 Updates

Sherman & Howard Associate Carissa Davis and Member Heather Vickles explain the recent changes to job posting guidelines by the CDLE.

Five Questions with Allison Derschang, BAM Family Law Associate Attorney

This week, we heard from Allison Derschang, an associate attorney and labor and employment lawyer at BAM Family Law.

Key to Light Duty Accommodation Policies Is to Not Make Exceptions

Sherman & Howard labor and employment attorney Brooke Colaizzi explains the implications a recent Seventh Circuit opinion has for employers.