As of New Year’s Day, one of the state’s largest personal injury firms is now the Wilhite Law Firm.
A judge has told the admitted thief to repay a retired energy consultant who loaned him money more than a decade ago.
A disbarred lawyer who struck a deal with prosecutors, a developer accused of misleading investors, and more.
Two cases and a possible appeal have the potential to shift the way districts repay developers.
Denver District Court Judge Ross Buchanan determined that Killmer Lane & Newman made mistakes in its representation of Sheneen McClain at times but ultimately did an “extraordinary job” and must be paid.
A reclusive CEO, a popular restaurant’s unusual case, and more.
The streaming service focused on yoga and alternative ideas recently agreed to pay a $2 million federal fine.
A bankruptcy judge allowed the owner of the Auraria Student Lofts to hire Colliers.
The business law firm spent two decades along Wynkoop Street before moving a few blocks north in November.
In October, ProPublica published a lengthy investigation that found RealPage executives have boasted that their software raises rents across the country, in part by removing empathy from the decision to do so, since the decision is made by an algorithm.