Tag:Towards Justice

Colorado lawsuit challenges legality of landlord-imposed ‘junk fees’ for basic services

A Colorado resident brought a proposed class-action lawsuit against the corporate apartment management company Greystar last week, alleging that the company charges unnecessary hidden fees on top of monthly rent to pad their bottom line.

Union Sues Over State Sick Leave Law Settlement with Southwest

A union claims a settlement agreement between Southwest and Colorado around state sick leave requirements is invalid.

Amazon Drivers File Class Action for Colorado Labor Law Violations

A group of former Amazon delivery drivers claim the company violated state labor laws around mandated rest breaks.

CTLA Names ‘Case of the Year,’ Honors Members at 2023 Banquet

The Colorado Trial Lawyers Association held its annual dinner May 11 at the Denver Museum of Nature & Science.

Immigration Detainees Get Major Federal Court Victory in Lawsuit Against GEO Group

A federal judge ruled a long-running lawsuit against the GEO Group running the ICE detention facility in Aurora should go to jury trial.

California Lawsuit Questions Legality of PetSmart Training Repayment

The California lawsuit represented by Denver’s Towards Justice calls into question an increasingly common employment law trend.

Inmates Allege Colorado is Violating Anti-Slavery Amendment

Colorado inmates on Tuesday filed a class-action lawsuit alleging the state violated a constitutional ban on forced prison labor.

Colorado Lawmakers Move to Make Workplace Whistleblower Protections Permanent

State lawmakers say they plan to introduce a bill that would extend workplace whistleblower protections beyond the pandemic.