Tag:U.S. Supreme Court

Legal Aid Foundation Announces New Leadership

The Legal Aid Foundation of Colorado announced Thursday that six trustees have been elected to its board: Jonathan Boonin, a member at Hutchinson Black...

U.S. Justices End Florist Fight to Discriminate Against Gay Couple on Religious Grounds

The Supreme Court, on a July 2 divided vote, passed on deciding whether a private business can discriminate against LGBTQ customers.

Supreme Court Warns Public Schools Against Efforts to Regulate Student Speech Away From Campus

The Supreme Court ruled in late June that public schools have little authority to regulate teenagers’ off campus social media posts.

Supreme Court Passes On States’ Spat Over Columbia River Coal Export Terminal

On June 28, the Supreme Court denied a request by Montana and Wyoming to sue Washington over state authority to block a coal export terminal.

Unanimous Supreme Court Subjects College Sports Cartel to Antitrust Scrutiny

The Supreme Court told the NCAA on June 21 that it cannot limit the academic benefits that athletes receive from post-secondary institutions.

Legal Lasso: Family Law

Legal Lasso is Law Week’s morning roundup of legal headlines across the state. Each morning, we take stock of legal issues and happenings, so...

Legal Lasso: Family Law

Legal Lasso is Law Week’s morning roundup of legal headlines across the state. Each morning, we take stock of legal issues and happenings, so...

U.S. Supreme Court Says Guam Can Proceed in Environmental Fight

The U.S. Supreme Court rejected the federal government's effort to block Guam’s claim for cleanup of an abandoned military weapons dump