Colorado

405 ABA Journal Colorado articles.

Racial-Profiling Hotline Opens for Biz in Denver

Community activists in Denver have launched a racial-profiling hotline for drivers who believe they’ve been pulled over or targeted by police because of race.

The Colorado Racial Profiling and Police…

Colorado Ballot Measure Targets Execs Who Fail to Stop Corporate Fraud

A former employee at Qwest Communications is backing a ballot measure in Colorado that would create the nation’s toughest corporate fraud law.

Lew Ellingson, who had a job splicing phone…

Lawyer Suspected of Client Fraud Missing for Nearly a Year

Updated A Colorado lawyer suspected of stealing as much as $1 million from clients has been missing for almost a year.

Royal “Scoop” Daniel III of Breckenridge disappeared on April…

Smoking, Like Murder, Can Only Be Faked Onstage, Colo. Court Says

Cigarette smoking is not protected by the First Amendment and neither are Colorado actors who smoke on stage, a Colorado appeals court has ruled.

Some states allow actors to get…

Newly Merged Husch Blackwell Opening New Chicago and Denver Offices

A newly formed St. Louis-based law firm is on an expansion tear. As the dust is still settling from the merger that created Husch Blackwell Sanders, the firm has announced…

Denver Chief U.S. Judge Faces Ethics Probe Over Alleged Links to Prostitutes

A report at 9News.com says Colorado’s chief federal judge is facing an ethics investigation for alleged links to a Denver prostitution business.

The story alleges that investigators found…

3 Lawyers’ New Gigs: Headmistress, Concrete Worker, Rap Artist

For lawyers unhappy in their current jobs, three recent reports of career changes by successful attorneys might offer some food for thought.

Pinney Allen, 54, a top female partner at…

McDermott Ordered to Pay Attorney Fees for ‘Abuse of Advocacy’

A federal judge in Colorado has ordered McDermott Will & Emery and one of its clients to pay the legal fees of an opponent in…

Critic Says Denver Law Firm’s Ads Feature Lawyer Stereotypes

A Denver law firm’s new ad campaign featuring fictional obstructionist lawyers is raising some eyebrows.

The business-suited characters in the ads, running in the Denver Business Journal, block people trying…

DNA Frees Man Convicted Partly Because of Gory Art

Updated: A man who was convicted of murder in 1999 partly on the basis of gory sketches and stories found in his home was released Tuesday after DNA evidence pointed…

Colo. Pedestrians Nabbed for Jury Duty

A number of pedestrians in Greeley, Colo., were stunned yesterday to be handed documents requiring them to report immediately for jury duty as they were out and about, attending to…

Fleeing Prisoner Blames Injuries on Lax Jail Security

A prisoner who hurt himself while trying to escape from jail has filed a lawsuit claiming a Colorado sheriff caused his injuries by making it too easy to flee.

Scott…

Plaintiff Faces Avalanche of Calls in Ski Suit Backlash

A Pennsylvania man and his wife left their home over the holidays after becoming the target of angry calls following their suit against an 8-year-old boy.

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Now You Own It, Now You Don’t

Joyous Occasion Takes Troubling Turn Until Key Issue Is Resolved with Solomonesque Solution

8-Year-Old Sued for Ski Collision

A skier on vacation in Colorado is suing an 8-year-old boy who he blames for a collision in January at Beaver Creek in Vail.

David Pfahler, 60 of Allentown, Pa.,…

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