2020 Law School Graduates meet a COVID-19 Economy

2020 Law School Graduates meet a COVID-19 Economy

A BizWest article by Dan Mika covers a day in the live of a 2020 law school graduate in Colorado. With several bar exams being postponed around the nation, recent law school graduates in Colorado are still expected to take the bar exam at the end of this month (July)...
Boulder’s Climate Change Suit Sent Back to State Court

Boulder’s Climate Change Suit Sent Back to State Court

The Tenth Circuit recently held that a suit filed in Colorado state court by local governmental entities for global warming-related damages allegedly caused by oil and gas companies cannot be removed to federal court. Plaintiffs – the City of Boulder, Boulder County...
Our Commitment to Service

Our Commitment to Service

Serving our clients is the core of what we do. That means providing consistent and reliable action and communication you can count on today and every day. In keeping this commitment, your safety and the safety of our team will remain our top priority. As the nation...

A Private Right of Action Comes to Privacy

By Rudy E. Verner and Jacob Scarr Now that the California Consumer Privacy Act (“CCPA”) is in effect, businesses face even more risks around data breaches. Much like other privacy laws, the CCPA provides for enforcement by the California Attorney General’s office,...

Richard F. Greenleaf Retires from BHGR

Mr. Greenleaf was a founding member of BHGR and has recently retired from the Firm to continue with his Alternative Dispute Resolution practice serving the construction industry. He has over 35 years’ experience working on construction and energy related matters...

BHGR Sponsors DenX, BusinessDen’s First Women-Only Networking Event

More than 80 women showed up Wednesday night for DenX, BusinessDen’s first women-only networking event. It was held at Blanchard Family Wines in the activated alley of LoDo’s Dairy Block, where the ladies enjoyed Blanchard’s California-produced wine alongside small...