Publications & Advisories

News Now: Opinions, Resignations, and More

Grab your coats because fall is officially upon us! Here are your public-law highlights from the last month: Colorado Supreme Court updates. The Colorado Supreme Court has been busy these last few weeks. Notable decisions include a rejection of both…
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News Now: Candidates, Lawsuits, and More

Happy Labor Day!  We hope you had a great holiday weekend.  As you jump back into your routine, here are your public-law highlights: Hickenlooper is out; but Hickenlooper is in.  Former Governor John Hickenlooper officially ended his presidential bid, but…
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News Now: Judges, Podcasts, Lawsuits, and More

  August is here and temperatures are rising. Make sure to keep yourself cool while reading these public-law highlights: Remembering Justice Stevens. Supreme Court Justice John Paul Stevens died this month at the age of 99. The Justice, who spent 35 years…
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Quarterly Municipal Regulatory Update

In the second quarter of 2019, the municipal securities industry saw new regulatory activity relating to disclosures at primary offering, new enforcement matters, and the adoption of Regulation Best Interest. Below, we have summarized the most significant regulatory developments from…
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News Now: Opinions, Elections, and More

Happy Fourth of July! Now that summer is officially upon us, here are your public-law highlights: SCOTUS term ends. The US Supreme Court closed out its term last week, handing down two significant opinions on the last day. In Department…
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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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