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Colorado Non-compete Law for Physicians Amended To Allow Continuing Treatment For Rare Disorders

Mark Wiletsky by Mark Wiletsky The Colorado legislature recently added a paragraph to the state statute that governs non-compete agreements to permit physicians to continue to treat patients with rare disorders without liability. Signed into law by Governor Hickenlooper on … Continue reading

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What does “amended and restated” mean?

“Amended and restated” is a term that lawyers use a lot. (A Google search produces approximately 792,000 results.) This post discusses that term’s meaning and why lawyers use it. “Amended and restated” can apply to virtually any type of legal document. … Continue reading

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2018-02 Amended Order, Dated Jan. 10, 2018

The following Supreme Court addresses the Temporary assignment of retired judges to sit in any court other than the Supreme Court because the prompt disposition of  causes. Please note that this is not the same program  As the special status … Continue reading

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Federal Law Clerk Handbook Amended to Address Harassment Complaints

I am re-posting in its entirety, with permission, a post by Jennifer North over at Appellate Advocacy Blog: Sexual harassment claims reached the federal judiciary when Judge Alex Kozinski was accused of sexual misconduct a few weeks ago. He has… … Continue reading

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Amended long-term insurance regulations

The amendments to the Long-term Insurance Regulations gazetted on 15 December 2017 became effective on 1 January 2018 with some later effective dates below. The corresponding amendments to section 49 of the Long-term Insurance Act 1998 (LTIA) also take effect on 1 January 2018. … Continue reading

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