Publications & Advisories

News Now: Remembrances, Resignations, and More

This month has been a difficult one for the legal community. Here are your public-law highlights: Federal bench loses two. Two members of Colorado’s federal district court passed away this month. Wiley Daniel, Colorado’s first African American federal judge, died on…
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Quarterly Municipal Regulatory Update

Welcome to the inaugural edition of the Quarterly Municipal Regulatory Update. Below, we have summarized the most significant regulatory developments from the past quarter affecting municipal bond underwriters and Municipal Advisors.  The MSRB has filed amendments to Rules G-11 and…
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New Laws, New Judges, and More

May is here and another Coloradan has entered the race for president. Here are your public-law highlights: Sine die! The Colorado General Assembly’s session ended last week, and there’s a lot of new laws to digest. Some highlights include a law…
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News Now: Judges, Events, Lawsuits, and More

Hickenlooper is officially running for President, but there’s a lot more news you might not have heard about yet. Here are your public-law highlights: DU Law hosts debate on executive power. On April 9 at noon, the Federalist Society at DU’s…
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New Decisions, New Investigations, and More

It’s been an unusually busy month for public law! Here are your highlights: Colorado General Assembly heats up. Attorney Chris Jackson was interviewed on Next with Kyle Clark to talk about the so-called “Red Flag Bill” making its way through the…
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News Now: New Decisions, New Judges and More

Congress and the Colorado General Assembly are both back in session, and there’s a lot of news to catch up on. Here are your public-law highlights: Colorado Supreme Court issues major oil and gas decision. Attorney Chris Jackson was interviewed on…
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