Supreme Court to hear appeal in long-running litigation after collapse of construction firm Mainzeal

The Supreme Court will hear the final appeal in the long-running litigation between the liquidators of collapsed construction company Mainzeal and its former directors, including ex-prime minister Dame Jenny Shipley. The country’s highest court yesterday granted leave for an appeal

Environment Court slaps Transmission Gully builder with $70,000 fine

The Environment Court has issued the builder of Transmission Gully with a $70,000 fine following a prosecution over four earthworks-related charges. It’s the latest development in what is becoming an increasingly woeful environmental track record for the $1.25 billion road.

Colorado’s Supreme Court first in U.S. to revamp common-law marriage for same-sex couples – The Denver Post

The Colorado Supreme Court on Monday changed the way common-law marriage is defined in the courts to make it more inclusive of same-sex couples and to update the three-decade-old legal standard to better reflect today’s societal norms. In a trio

Colorado urges Supreme Court to uphold presidential election

The state of Colorado urged the U.S. Supreme Court on Thursday to reject a longshot lawsuit, supported by President Donald Trump and two Colorado congressmen, that would overturn the results of the 2020 presidential election. A brief filed by Colorado