The Colorado Supreme Court recently resolved a philosophical split within the lower courts as to whether claimants are barred from pursuing both civil theft and breach of contract claims in the same litigation, and answered in the negative. The ruling has broad implication across the spectrum of employment litigation throughout the state.Read more »
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