An Arvada-based practice sued another based in Centennial last week, the second recent lawsuit stemming from their similar names in the last two years.
The Kansas City-based law firm is nearly doubling its space after a recent acquisition added to its local headcount.
There’s a new clue in the case of two Colorado lawyers and the antagonistic online review that no one wants to claim.
A local law firm is going all in with a lawsuit against Francois Safieddine and his ViewHouse restaurant company.
Two local attorneys who left large firms to work on their own have joined forces, and Denver traffic played matchmaker.
Three Denver media lawyers who have worked for The Denver Post and Westword soon will stand under a new flag.
The company’s Denver office has scooted across 17th Street to occupy 10,000 square feet at 1225 17th St., a stone’s throw from its previous office in the Tabor Center.
Eric and Wendy Fisher allege the firm fired them in order to keep a $390 million jury verdict for itself. The firm claims in a recent lawsuit that the pair stole documents before they were let go.
The outcome of a smoldering dispute between two lawyers could boil down to the identity of an irate online reviewer who posted under the pseudonym Patrick Erickson.
Discount Forklift is filing for bankruptcy after warehouse costs went over budget and a legal dispute cost the business more than $1.5 million in sales last year.