A former Colorado secretary of state and a former Denver city attorney are leaving the public sector to expand the regulatory expertise of a local law firm.
After filing a lawsuit in June against one of its former salesmen, an Adams County RV company has filed another suit, this time against the Arizona dealership it accuses of paying its employee kickbacks for discounted RVs.
Two Denver attorneys are pairing up on a new venture and tackling niche clients: first-generation small business owners and musicians.
Allegedly fake meetings and emails with Apple executives and even a rumored compliment from Steve Jobs fuel the federal government’s lawsuit against a Centennial tech company it claims cheated investors out of $7 million.
After stepping down from a large firm this summer, a local lawyer is launching into his own independent mediation business.
A Front Range hospital organization and a national insurance provider are going head-to-head in a logo dispute that could affect patient coverage.
Hoping to stand out from the mob of local law firms, an attorney has renamed his one-man practice after a film classic.
Currently on probation and stripped of his medical license, a former hospital director has filed a lawsuit against the local alternative paper for republishing defamatory claims about him.
The founder of a personal injury firm has left the company behind, citing a differing vision for the firm’s future.
The region’s largest chamber of commerce is taking a new cannabis chamber to court, claiming that the new organization’s logo infringes on its copyright.