Tag:U.S. District Court for the District of Colorado
Alfred Arraj’s Long-Lasting Impacts on the District Court
Alfred Arraj implemented innovative court administrative procedures that made the district court one of the most efficient courts in the nation.
Longtime Whistleblower Suit Against Colorado Company Settles
Last week, KeyPoint Government Solutions settled an eight-year-old whistleblower brought by a Colorado resident and former employee.
The First Woman on the Federal Bench in Colorado
In 1979, Zita Weinshienk became the first woman to sit on the federal bench in the state and she broke many glass ceilings.
Colorado Federal Judges Update Practice Standards
Two federal judges announced updated practice standards this week, and the U.S. District Court says more revisions are coming.
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