Case Brief: Galper v. JP Morgan Chase Bank, N.A.

A recent decision from the Second Circuit Court of Appeals brings hope and options to victims of identity theft. There are many stories of identity theft nightmares and the unfortunate reality is many victims of identity theft never discover who … Continue reading

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How Prevalent Is Sexual Misconduct on College Campuses?

It is commonly reported that one in five women is sexually assaulted in college. That statistic has been widely publicized but also widely criticized. As increasing awareness is raised about the problems of sexual assault in on college campus, more … Continue reading

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Defamed in Colorado? 10 Questions You Should Ask Your Defamation Lawyer

In 2012, I published a popular Avvo.com Legal Guide titled “Defamed in Colorado?” that was based on Colorado’s defamation law at the time. Since then, Colorado’s defamation law has evolved. I’ve consulted with hundreds of prospective Colorado defamation clients. I’ve … Continue reading

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Colorado Statutory Identity Theft and Fraud Lawsuits

  C.R.S. § 13-21-122, a Colorado statute, authorizes people or businesses harmed by criminal offenses involving the use of personal identifying information, such as identity theft, check counterfeiting, forgery, bank fraud, or insurance fraud, to sue the people or businesses who harmed … Continue reading

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FTC Brings Charges Against Company’s Non-Disparagement Clause

Roca Labs, a Florida-based company that sells a weight loss product it describes as an “alternative to gastric bypass surgery,” has come under fire by the Federal Trade Commission (“FTC”) for its use of a non-disparagement clause. The FTC filed … Continue reading

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