The move will give Akerman 10,000 square feet more than what it currently leases at 1400 Wewatta St.
Tired of clients disputing their legal costs, David Uhlig’s solo practice offers an alternative method for billing.
Bruce P. Smith, previously dean and professor at the University of Illinois College of Law, will take over the top spot at the Sturm College of Law in July.
A California-based law firm has already racked up more than $3.5 million in legal fees and is asking the court to approve hourly rates north of $1,000 for some partners.
Richards Carrington believe years of prosecution experience will lead to more generous settlements.
A recently reopened ski area west of Evergreen has filed for bankruptcy to stave off a creditor’s push toward foreclosure.
A pair of criminal defense attorneys who were co-workers at a larger Denver firm have set up their own practice with a focus on pre-charge defense and various types of crimes.
Former Colorado Gov. Bill Owens has signed on with an international law firm to advise companies on large-scale projects that require government oversight, an extension of his work as governor in transportation and infrastructure.
After the city of Golden demanded more than $5 million in back taxes and a penalty fee, the tech giant is taking the decade-long dispute to court.
Several former clients are pushing for a Chapter 7 bankruptcy of a Centennial accounting firm, while others weigh civil suits, over claims that the company’s founder was pocketing millions meant for the IRS.