Two Supreme Court Appeals Could Change the Internet as We Know It
Two Supreme Court appeals over Section 230 could have significant impacts on internet platforms moving forward.
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As AI and Algorithms Grow, So Do Employment Law Questions
Law Week Colorado caught up with local attorneys to learn more about the questions springing up from the use of AI and algorithms in work.
Innovating Court: How Judges Across the Country Are Using Tech to Increase Access to Justice
Three years after COVID-19, state courts nationwide are using technology to improve appearance rates, access to justice and more.
Colorado Attorneys Weigh in on Upcoming Colorado Privacy Act
The Colorado Privacy Act will take effect July 1, 2023 and local attorneys are gearing up to help local businesses navigate the change, as a federal proposal also looms.
Merchant & Gould Launches Business Consulting Group Focused on Copyright Infringement
As sales grow in online marketplaces, concerns continue to rise when it comes to counterfeiting and copyright infringement.
Annual Schultz Lecture Hosts Audrey Zibelman on How Tech Can Accelerate Decarbonized Electric Grids
CU Law held the 14th Annual Schultz Lecture in Energy with Audrey Zibelman, an attorney and the lead for X’s moonshot for the electric grid.
Tech Firm Wilson Sonsini Goodrich & Rosati’s New Boulder Office Will Bring International Expertise to Colorado Life Science Clients
Wilson Sonsini Goodrich & Rosati will open its first Colorado location, bringing a network of legal knowledge to local life science clients.
ABA TechReport Shows the Legal Industry Slow to Use New Technology, Despite Pandemic
The ABA published its annual technology report. This year’s report captured the impacts of the pandemic on tech trends.