Tag:U.S. District Court for the District of Colorado

Lawsuit Claims Colorado’s American Indian Mascot Ban Violates Constitutional and CRA Protections

Plaintiffs say a Colorado law banning American Indian mascots violates their constitutional rights and Title VI of the CRA.

SCOTUS Grants Cert to Colorado Case on Court of Indian Offenses and Fifth Amendment

The U.S. Supreme Court will hear a Colorado case over the Fifth Amendment, the Court of Indian Offenses and federal courts.

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.

Magistrate Judge Neureiter Sanctions Colorado Lawyers for Frivolous Election Challenge

Two Colorado lawyers sanctioned for their involvement in lawsuits regarding the 2020 Presidential Election

Congress Ponders Whether to Add More U.S. District Judges as Caseloads Rise

With rising cases, Congressional leaders debate adding new District Judges to courtrooms around the country.

Biden Nominates Charlotte Sweeney to Federal Bench as Jackson’s Replacement

President Joe Biden has nominated Denver lawyer Charlotte Sweeney to a federal trial court seat in the state.

Rodriguez Takes Judicial Oath

Regina Rodriguez, former WilmerHale, Hogan Lovells and Faegre Baker Daniels partner and assistant U.S. attorney, was sworn in yesterday.

Rodriguez to be Next U.S. Judge in Colorado

Regina Rodriguez was confirmed to Colorado’s federal district court bench, and is now President Joe Biden's second judicial nominee confirmed.