Colorado Attorneys React to Uber Lawsuit Settlement Involving People With Disabilities
The Department of Justice reached a settlement July 18 with Uber resolving a lawsuit alleging the company violated the Americans with Disabilities Act.
Sturm Law Students Secure $300,000 Settlement for Diabetic ADX Prisoner Following Eighth Amendment Violations
The Federal Bureau of Prisons agreed to pay a $300,000 settlement to a diabetic prisoner for violation of his Eighth Amendment rights.
Kilmer Lane Newman and Mother of Elijah McClain Go to Court Over Attorneys Fees
The mother of Elijah McClain is suing her former attorneys at Denver civil rights firm Kilmer Lane Newman, LLP over about $4 million in legal fees.
10th Circuit Vacates Denver Homeless Camp Sweep Order
The 10th Circuit Court of Appeals ruled on a camping ban class action case, the latest legal chapter in Denver's "sweeps" and homelessness.
Durango Train Company Agrees to Pay $20 Million to Settle Federal ‘416 Fire’ Lawsuit
A Durango train operator has agreed to pay $20 million to settle a federal lawsuit over a devastating 2018 wildfire.
Federal Government and Colorado Enter Into Proposed Settlement with Mining Company After the Gold King Mine Spill
Colorado and multiple federal agencies reached a proposed settlement with Sunnyside Gold Corporation to clean up an area of abandoned mines.