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  • Circuit Media welcomes U.S. Small Business Administration National Ombudsman for morning meeting on March 18th

    Circuit Media will host a morning Meet and Greet featuring Brian M. Castro, U.S. Small Business Administration National Ombudsman and Assistant Administrator for Regulatory Enforcement Fairness. Join other small business owners for this unique opportunity to share your concerns directly with the National Ombudsman for Small Business, learn how the Office of the National Ombudsman can help […]

  • Welcome to the team, Doug!

    Circuit Media welcomes Doug Chartier to our growing team! As Circuit Media’s communications specialist, Doug reports for Law Week Colorado and writes for Locus Studios projects. He holds a bachelor’s degree in English from the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs, and prior to joining Circuit Media, he was the special projects coordinator at Western Media LLC. Doug is a Denver […]

  • Happy New Year from Circuit Media!

    Happy 2015 from everyone at Circuit Media! We wish you good luck and success this coming year. Here’s to your own great goals in 2015!

  • Circuit Media Is Hiring

    Circuit Media is looking for a writer to join our growing team in downtown Denver. Applicants should have a degree in communications, marketing or journalism and three to five years’ related experience. Our future team member must have excellent research, writing and copy-editing skills; a natural curiosity with an analytical but open mindset; enjoy working […]

  • Locus Studios Offers Creative Services For Government, Law

    Circuit Media has launched Locus Studios, a full-service advertising and marketing agency focused specifically on serving the legal and government sectors. As of November 17, Locus Studios is open for business, with specialties in graphic design, photography and communications. The agency launched with a portfolio that already includes work done for government agencies such as […]

  • Dec. 9, Capitol Rock: Buy Your Tickets Now!

    State Bill Colorado will be throwing this bash to kick off Colorado’s 70th Legislative Session. This is Colorado’s finest networking event for legislators, lobbyists, and government officials. Get ready to meet and mingle with new members of the legislature between orientations and enjoy live music from Judicial Notice. To buy tickets, click here!     Date: Tuesday, December 9 Time: 5:30-9 PM […]

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    February 23, 2015: New Partners

    In This Issue: Law Week congratulates all those who have made partner in 2015; Also, the Colorado Bar Association provides a matching grant to the Rocky Mountain Immigrant Advocacy Network to provide representation to unaccompanied minors; Colorado Anti-Discrimination Act changes go into effect and some successful graduates talk about coming through the legal residency program.

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    February 16, 2015: Small Firm Focus

    In this issue: Attorneys running small firms offer insight on business management; Also, the story of a Colorado inmate given a life sentence as a juvenile; the University of Colorado Law School opens up its master’s of laws program in patents; and the Colorado Court of Appeals calls for a reexamination of using in-life photos in court.

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    February 9, 2015: Big Deals 4th Quarter

    In this issue: The 4th Quarter Big Deals involved a growth in the number of reported deals and a focus on the teams behind an New York Stock Exchange IPO, a multi-national airline deal and Kroenke Sports & Entertainment’s acquisition of an outdoors-centric media outlets. Also, international law firm Holland & Knight opens a Denver office; and details on a legislative effort to curb civil forfeitures.

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    February 2, 2015: Building the Digital Lawyer

    In this Issue: We look at how cloud-based file sharing and case-prep tools can help make a “digital lawyer.” Also, the 1st Judicial District launches a first-of-its-kind human trafficking unit, Haynes and Boone opens an office in Denver and IP attorneys look to Congress for patent reform bills. 

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    January 26, 2015: Going In-House

     In this issue: Words of wisdom from attorneys who have successfully made the transition from outside counsel to corporate counsel, a primer on some new NLRB rules and potential oil and gas regulations, and a rundown of the key issues at play in the same-sex marriage case before the U.S. Supreme Court.

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    January 19, 2015: First, Do No Harm

    In This Issue: A look at key issues in the area of medical malpractice law, including a look at how Colorado’s damages caps affect litigation and the possibility of right-to-death legislation. Also, a rundown of SEC enforcement and coverage of Gov. John Hickenlooper’s inauguration and State of the State speech.

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