KOPEL: SOME BIG DRUG, GENERIC FIRMS AGREE NOT TO COMPETE
A Denver Post article recently gave me a headache by reminding me of the motto that kept me sane while serving 18 of my 22 years in the House as a member of the minority party: “The bad guys always win... eventually.”
KOPEL: DOWN WITH CAVEAT EMPTOR!
Finally! The common law doctrine from England, caveat emptor (Latin for “let the buyer beware”) is no longer the guiding principle in landlord-tenant residential contracts in Colorado.
KOPEL: REAPPORTIONMENT BY INEXPERIENCED LAWMAKERS?
Reapportionment of the Legislature? Too early to discuss? Not really.
KOPEL: A MATTER OF LAW
I can hardly wait.
By this time next year, I will have reported to you on the State Auditor’s 2009 report on the Colorado Lottery.
This will be only the fourth time the auditor has made an extensive review of a 25-year-old lottery based on issues requested by the state Legislature. The other reviews were 1987, 1997 and 2003.