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483 ABA Journal Colorado articles.

Judge’s Noise Punishment Fits Crime

When Judge Paul Sacco deals with violators of the Fort Lupton, Colo., noise ordinance, he fights fire with fire.

Those who transgress are required to listen for one hour to…

New Practice Area: Data Security

An epidemic of computer laptop thefts has helped launch a new area of legal practice: data security.

Between 600,000 and 1.5 million laptops are stolen annually, and an increasing number…

Ballard in CA, Competitor’s MP at Helm

Ballard Spahr Andrews & Ingersoll is opening an office in Los Angeles with the expectation that it will help the 500-lawyer Philadelphia-based law firm strengthen its flagship real estate and…

States, Feds Ponder ‘Gender ID’ Bills

Gender identity isn’t a phrase that traditionally comes up in everyday conversation. But it’s a hot topic among lawmakers and lobbyists these days, as both Congress and a growing number…

Police: Absent Atty Took Money, Had Travel Plan

When Royal “Scoop” Daniels disappeared from Breckenridge, Colo., late last month, friends feared foul play. But now police say the 61-year-old real estate lawyer may have left voluntarily.

Authorities have…

A Warning to Collaborators

Colorado bar ethics panel takes aim at a growing ADR practice

Massive Colo. Gang Sweep, Football Murder Tie

Authorities in Denver conducted a massive sweep at dawn today and arrested dozens of alleged street gang members. The case reportedly involved extensive wiretapping and has developed information concerning the…

In-Chambers Sex, Alleged Courthouse Showers

Showering together with an illicit lover may not be all that unusual. But doing so at the courthouse may have cost a Colorado judge and the lawyer he was involved…

Ethics Complaint Alleges Courthouse Affair

An ethics complaint claims a prosecutor appeared before a Colorado judge even though the two were having an affair that included trysts in the judge’s chambers, the Apr 24, 2007 3:20 PM CDT

Demanding Diversity

Corporate Pressure Is Changing the Racial Mix at Some Law Firms