SCOTUS Grants Petition in Major Tax Case

In June the U.S. Supreme Court granted a petition for a writ of certiorari in a major tax case.

Supreme Court Overrules Colorado’s Standard for Determining ‘True Threat’ Mens Rea

The U.S. Supreme Court found a reckless standard should be used to determine mens rea in true threat determinations.

U.S. Supreme Court Stays Mifepristone Ruling

The U.S. Supreme Court stayed a ruling to pull from the market mifepristone, a medication commonly used in abortions.

With ICWA on Chopping Block, Lawmakers Introduce Colorado Version

With the U.S. Supreme Court considering ICWA, legislators have introduced a bill to codify the federal law in Colorado.

Supreme Court Rules in Favor of Deaf Student’s ADA Complaint

SCOTUS found IDEA's exhaustion requirement doesn’t foreclose ADA complaints looking for compensatory damages.

Federal Judiciary’s 2022 Annual Report Released

The federal judiciary on March 14 reported on its progress in 2022 with court operations, including improved safety and security of judges and staff.

What’s in the Federal Judiciary’s $9.1 Billion Budget Request?

The federal judiciary announced it’s seeking $9.1 billion in discretionary funding from Congress for fiscal year 2024, an increase of 8%.

U.S. Supreme Court Holds Chapter 7 Debtor Liable for Fraud Based on Business Partner’s Acts

Sherman & Howard member Peter Cal explains the implications of a recent U.S. Supreme Court opinion in a bankruptcy case.