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  1. Too Little, Too Late: The Harsh Bright Line of Suit Limitation ProvisionsRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Feb 8 | JD Supra

    Approximately twenty percent of Americans have been classified as chronic procrastinators, which means one in five policyholders faces a potential problem when suing for coverage. While the statute of limitations for breach of contract varies by state, it is typically three years or more.


  2. 10th Cir. Says Nonprofit Must Reveal Donors' IdsRead the original story

    Monday Feb 8 | Courthouse News Service

    A Colorado nonprofit has to disclose the names of its donors if it wants to air a television ad directed at Gov. John Hickenlooper and critical of the state's health insurance exchange, the 10th Circuit ruled. The Independence Institute began planning the ad in question in 2014.


  3. Lots of Attention on New Lehman Brothers Lawsuit; Lender's Super Bowl Ad ResultsRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Feb 8 | Mortgage News Daily

    ... And James Brody, Senior Managing Member of the American Mortgage Law Group , sent, "The Tenth Circuit Court of Appeals came down last week against Lehman Brothers Holdings Inc., ("LBHI") and affirmed the dismissal of several lawsuits in the U.S. ...


  4. Judge's legacy will live on in Oklahoma City's federal courthouseRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Feb 6 | NewsOK.com

    Gentry Holloway said she feels blessed knowing that her father's legacy as an appellate judge will live on by having the Oklahoma City federal courthouse named after him. "It's such an honor to his memory ... I miss him so deeply and I wish he was going to be here to see it all happening," she said.


  5. Federal Courthouse In OKC To Be Named After Late JudgeRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Feb 6 | NewsOn6 Tulsa

    The federal courthouse in Oklahoma City is to be dedicated next week to honor the longest sitting judge on the 10th Circuit Court of Appeals, which includes Oklahoma. The Feb. 12 ceremony for Judge William J. Holloway, Jr., will be held in the ceremonial courtroom of the renamed courthouse.


  6. State Old Dominion Freight Line Inc v. Industrial CommissionRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Feb 6 | FindLaw

    Eastman & Smith, Ltd., Mark A. Shaw, and Melissa A. Ebel, for appellant. Connor, Evans & Hafenstein, L.L.P., Nicole E. Rager, and Katie W. Kimmet, for appellee Robert L. Mason.


  7. When Does a Campaign Ad Qualify as an 'Electioneering Communication'?Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday Feb 5 | FindLaw

    Citizens United has been vilified by the media over the yeas as the case that encapsulated the infamous "money equals speech" mantra, a statement that has been postered as the cynical influence of shadowy money influencing politics. Well, the much skimmed over dicta of the case just got a shot in the arm by the Tenth Circuit .


  8. 'Constructive Knowledge' Off-The-Clock Claim RejectedRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Feb 5 | JD Supra

    Another federal appellate court, this time the Fifth Circuit U.S. Court of Appeals has rejected an employee's claim to have been entitled to federal Fair Labor Standards Act overtime compensation for unreported hours worked over 40 in a workweek. discussing a decision from the Tenth Circuit saying that, under the right circumstances, an employee's failure to report all hours worked can be fatal to such an "off the clock" claim.


  9. Professor Discrimination Case Remanded by Tenth Cir.Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Feb 4 | FindLaw

    The Tenth Circuit reversed and remanded a race employment discrimination case back to the lower court on Friday, providing an opportunity for the plaintiff to better craft his complaint against his former employer, Northeastern State University. In doing so, the Court offered a nifty little guide regarding how federal courts must consider the actions of each defendant on an individual basis when determining whether or not that defendant is entitled to qualified immunity.


  10. Arizona v. Ninth Circuit Court of AppealsRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Feb 4 | The Atlantic

    The U.S. Constitution is the supreme law of the land. In theory, it acts as one unifying body of law for each and every corner of that land.


  11. How one Catholic college teaches students to deal with threats to religious libertyRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Feb 4 | DFW Catholic

    Washington D.C., Feb 4, 2016 / 12:04 am .- The future of religious freedom in the United States will one day be in the care of today's college students, so one Catholic college is working to equip them for that struggle. Wyoming Catholic College is trying to form a "community of people who care about what's going on in the world," Dr. Kevin Roberts, the college's president, explained to CNA in an interview.


  12. Utah lawmaker wants to revive polygamy ban with revisionsRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Feb 3 | Myrtle Beach Online

    In the wake of a court decision that de-criminalized polygamy in Utah, a state lawmaker unveiled a proposal Wednesday to revive the ban on living with multiple so-called spiritual wives. The plan from Republican Rep. Mike Noel of Kanab would make it a felony to live with more than one purported spouse.


  13. Fred L. Otis Honored for Excellence in Real Estate LawRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jan 21 | 24-7 Press Release

    Fred L. Otis, Attorney of Otis Bedingfield & Peters, LLC, has been recognized by Martindale-Hubbell for showing dedication, leadership and excellence in real estate law and for holding an AV Preeminent Rating for more than 15 years. "Fred has long been the go-to real estate lawyer in Northern Colorado," said his partner Jennifer Lynn Peters.


  14. Utah Attorneys Form New Law Firm, Younker Hyde Macfarlane, PLLCRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Feb 2 | PRWeb

    The creation of the new law firm is ultimately a move that will help more individuals receive excellent legal counsel. Three prominent Utah attorneys have joined forces to form a new law firm, Younker Hyde Macfarlane, PLLC .


  15. Alleged Harassers' Intent Irrelevant to Hostile Environment DeterminationRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Feb 1 | JD Supra

    ... or blame a general atmosphere of teasing in the workplace. A new decision from the Tenth Circuit Court of Appeals reminds employers that the accused harassers' intent is legally irrelevant in determining whether their actions created a hostile and ...


  16. EDITORIAL: Relief for the Little SistersRead the original story

    Monday Feb 1 | Washington Times

    One of the most important human rights issues has reached the Supreme Court , which will decide whether the Little Sisters of the Poor, a Roman Catholic order, has the right to dispense charity according to its own code. The High Court will hear oral arguments in Zubik v.


  17. Arizona Governor: We Want Out of the 9th CircuitRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Feb 1 | FindLaw

    Is the Ninth Circuit too liberal? Arizona's governor seems to think so. Recently, he spearheaded an effort to break up the nation's largest circuit .


  18. Courts decline to extend bankruptcy laws to marijuana businessesRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Feb 1 | ABA Journal

    Recent decisions holding that state-compliant medical marijuana growers and dispensaries can't reorganize in bankruptcy are highlighting the sticky problems that result when federal and state marijuana laws conflict. Most recently, a bankruptcy appellate panel of the 10th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals at Denver held in August that marijuana businesses can't get relief in the bankruptcy system even if they're legal under Colorado state law.


  19. Events and Training; FDIC Enforcement Actions; FHA/VA Changes; Ginnie IssuanceRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Feb 1 | Mortgage News Daily

    ... and Aurora in the U.S. District Court for the District of Colorado were affirmed by the Tenth Circuit Court of Appeals in Denver after hotly-contested rounds of appellate briefing and oral argument. In the 37-page opinion the appellate panel ...


  20. Love's first-year feats include investigating abortion-related 'industries'Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jan 29 | Deseret News

    The newest member of Utah's all-Republican congressional delegation, Rep. Mia Love, offered a report Friday on her first year in office, including her appointment to a committee seen as investigating Planned Parenthood. Love said her assignment on the House select investigative committee into abortion providers appointed last fall, which has yet to schedule a hearing, is to look at "how the procurements of body parts are actually happening."