Could Rob Kardashian Go To Jail For Blac Chyna Revenge Porn?

In July 2017, reality TV star Rob Kardashian went on Instagram and Twitter and accused his former fiancee, Blac Chyna, of cheating on him. In addition to the public accusation of infidelity, Kardashian also posted intimate pictures of Chyna’s breasts, backside, and genitals. Kardashian’s outburst shocked social media. The backlash was immediate, and Kardashian was

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Questions to Ask Before Hiring a Denver Personal Injury Attorney

One of the biggest decisions you may have to make in your life is whether to file a personal injury claim after you’ve been injured due to another person’s negligence. Once you’ve decided to pursue a personal injury claim, you need to find the Denver Injury Lawyer that will represent you best. This is a

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Attorney Malissa Williams Joins Marathon Law

Experienced Litigator Malissa Williams Joins Boutique Denver Employment and Personal Injury Law Firm DENVER, June 12, 2017—Marathon Law, a Denver personal injury and employment law firm, today announced that Malissa Williams has joined the firm as a partner. In practice since September 2007, Ms. Williams brings a wide range of legal expertise, including complex commercial litigation, administrative and

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Designación Ilegal: “Empleado” v. “contratista” y pago atrasado

Empleadores tratan de llamar a sus empleados “contratistas” para evitar el pago de “overtime.”  Pero si usted trabaja más de 40 horas por semana y no recibe “overtime,” es probable que usted tenga una demanda. En la mayoría de los casos, las personas que trabajan para otra persona o empresa son considerados legalmente “empleados” bajo

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School Shootings and the Future of Colorado Law

by Your Denver Personal Injury Attorney Today, Colorado governor John Hickenlooper will sign the Claire Davis School Safety Act. This fiercely debated law will now hold public and charter schools accountable if they fail to exercise “reasonable” care to protect students, faculty, and staff from school shooters and other ne’er-do-wells. Specifically, the new legislation holds

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Spring Break Driving Tips

If your college kid is driving out of state for spring break, there is a 10% greater chance that (s)he could be in a fatal car accident.  Be sure that (s)he knows these driver safety tips first. Recently, professors Michael French of the University of Miami and Gulcin Gumus of Florida Atlantic University published a

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Denver DUI Victims and Stoned Driving

As a Denver car accident attorney, assuming that stoned driving caused your client’s injuries may be a natural response, but it may not be the correct one. As a former Denver DUI attorney and a current Denver personal injury lawyer, I was shocked by a report that the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (“NHTSA“) released

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Denver Car Accident Attorney Trial Experts

Anytime that your Denver car accident attorney is going to use a trial expert, he better make sure that his trial expert knows what he’s talking about. Whenever your Denver car accident attorney is engaged in full-blow trial litigation, he is oftentimes going to use a trial expert, especially in automobile product defect cases or

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Colorado Dram Shop Law

Suing Colorado Bar Owners in Denver DUI Injury Cases According to the Foundation for Advancing Alcohol Responsibility, there were 133 alcohol-impaired driving fatalities in Colorado in 2012, 19 of which involved persons under the age of 21.  That same year, there were approximately 26,000 DUI arrests in Colorado. Any time that someone is injured or

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