The ADA, the Long Road to Disability Discrimination Protection

The long road to the ADA started in Denver in 1978 with 19 protestors gathered in front of various city buses, causing a 24-hour long traffic jam.

Up and Coming Lawyers 2021: Bobby Dishell

Involvement in the community — inside and outside of the law — is a constant for Up and Coming Lawyer Bobby Dishell and he’s showing no sign of stopping.

As Amtrak Eyes Front Range, Questions Remain About Rail in Colorado

The announcement of Amtrak expansion in Colorado came amid speculation about how the American Jobs Plan could bolster national rail networks

Court Opinions- Nov 02, 2020

People v. Oliver According to the evidence presented at trial, when A.Q. and four others arrived at an apartment complex, they encountered three men they...

Court Opinions- Jan 07, 2019

People v. Jaeb Mark Jaeb was convicted of theft of property for renting a U-Haul trailer and not returning it. He appealed his conviction of...

When a Tax Increase Isn’t a New Tax

According to the Colorado Supreme Court, legislation that causes an incidental and de minimis increase in tax revenue does not amount to a “new...