After Patterson v. James, Attorneys Must Be Careful about Suing Other Attorneys for Defamation in Colorado

On December 13, 2018, the Colorado Court of Appeals published its latest opinion on the litigation shield, which is an absolute privilege, and the strict privity rule. See Patterson v. James, 2018 COA 173. The opinion also addressed whether attorneys … Continue reading

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Why The New California Consumer Protection Act Matters to You

A Global Privacy Trend is Afoot Consumers are paying more attention to their privacy rights than ever before. Small businesses that handle consumers’ private data need to pay more attention too. During the past two years, the percentage of prospective … Continue reading

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Maybe Al Franken’s a ‘good’ man. He still admitted to sexual harassment.

Read “Maybe Al Franken’s a ‘good’ man. He still admitted to sexual harassment,” HopkinsWay PLLC’s attorney Alexandra Tracy-Ramirez’s November 17, 2017, Opinion piece published by NBC News THINK.

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