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Telios in the News: "University of Colorado Medical School Engaged in Blatant Covid-Driven Religious Discrimination"
Telios Law Attorneys Joseph Brown and Theresa Sidebotham are mentioned in this article by the Thomas More Society regarding The University of Colorado Anschutz School of Medicine being braught into federal court for discriminating against the religious beliefs of its faculty and students.
David and Theresa Sidebotham joined the newly launched Evangelical Council for Abuse Prevention for its first annual conference in Nashville, Tennessee. Read more about their experience!
Our own attorney, Theresa Sidebotham, is in the news! Read more about frozen embryos and how they are being litigated today in The Federalist.
Join us as we follow the development of this Perfect Fourth story in the news: "Strip-Search Case Could Reshape Supreme Court’s Immunity Doctrine" by Law.com and National Law Journal.
Baker Botts Files Cert Petition Asking SCOTUS to Reconsider Qualified Immunity Precedents in Preschool Strip Search Case
Read the press release which mentions Theresa Sidebotham and Telios Law and their involvement with the ongoing certiorari petition with SCOTUS.
Theresa Sidebotham and Telios Law are both mentioned in a recent article about an ongoing court case involving a religious school Dallas, Texas.
On Thursday, March 23, 2017 Theresa Sidebotham of Telios Law PLLC attended the March meeting of the Digital Images Task Force.
Read more about Theresa's debate defending Religious Liberty in the Public Square.
Theresa Sidebotham of Telios Law was listed in "Top Attorneys of 2016" for Church Law and Appellate Law by the Colorado Springs Style magazine.