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In and Out of Court - Litigation & Appeals Blog

In the Interest of C.S.: Yet Another D&N Appeal Dismissed

This post summarizes the Colorado Court of Appeals’ recent case In the Interest of C.S., analyzing an appeal from a dependency and neglect case and how to avoid dismissal. Interestingly enough, the opinion in this case was written by Judge Furman, for whom both Theresa and Jessica served as clerks.  

Personal Jurisdiction: Where Defendants Can Be Sued

The U.S. Supreme Court’s latest case on personal jurisdiction (Bristol-Myers Squibb Co. v. Superior Court) helps define the constitutional limits of specific jurisdiction and is an important case on where you can litigate.

Are You Ready for NextGen in the 10th Circuit?

The 10th Circuit Court of Appeals is now using NextGen CM/ECF for e-filing. Check out this post highlighting the new system and outlining how to take full advantage of it. E-filing is not that hard.

Have Fun: Waiving Liability

Waivers or releases of liability can be useful, but also have some pitfalls. A recent case teaches that one should write these agreements in plain English and include relevant activities.

What Are My Odds of Winning on Appeal?

courtroomWhat are my odds of winning on appeal? Telios Law explains how standards of review used in appellate courts may help figure out the odds of reversal on appeal.

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