Tag:Towards Justice

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.

Seventeen Legal Non-Profits to Support This Colorado Gives Day

Law Week rounded up some of the state’s legal non-profits to make it easier for Colorado’s legal community to “give where they live.”

Colorado Adopts Farmworker Overtime Rules

The Colorado Department of Labor and Employment adopted the state's first overtime rules for agricultural workers earlier this week.

Class Action Complaint Claims Amazon Broke Colorado Labor Laws

A former Amazon worker claims that employment policies violated Colorado labor laws, according to a class action complaint.

Au Pair Class Action Settles

In early January, Denver legal nonprofit Towards Justice and Boies Schiller Flexner announced they reached a $65.5 million settlement in a class action lawsuit...