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10th Circuit revives lawsuit challenging Colorado’s Taxpayer Bill of Rights

Yesterday the Tenth Circuit added another chapter to the long-running saga of Kerr v. Hickenlooper, a lawsuit challenging Colorado’s Taxpayer Bill of Rights (TABOR). Colorado voters adopted TABOR via an initiative process in the early 1990s. TABOR requires voter approval … Continue reading

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10th Circuit revives Jemez Pueblo’s claim to Valles Caldera

While many people today are focused on decisions issuing from some court in Washington, D.C., the Tenth Circuit issued an opinion reviving Jemez Pueblo’s efforts to regain ownership of Valles Caldera (i.e. the most beautiful place in New Mexico, in my … Continue reading

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Watch those verdict forms, says Tenth Circuit

As an appellate lawyer, I have a continuing (and probably unhealthy) obsession with verdict forms. Just like any other jury instruction, they can make or break your appeal. So it’s important to know when you must object to them, and … Continue reading

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“Five Things to Know About Tenth Circuit Judge Stephanie Seymour”

The FindLaw 10th Circuit News and Information Blog has this interesting post about Judge Stephanie Seymour, which begins “Back in the 80s and 90s, the name Stephanie Seymour was most commonly associated with Guns’N’Roses videos and Vogue editorials. But as … Continue reading

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