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.
An Army veteran and former pilot for the Denver-based airline is taking the company to court over claims it illegally refused to hire him back after a deployment.
An eight-employee energy firm based on Larimer Street is merging with a larger Texas firm with a local office in the Wells Fargo Center.