Whistleblower Claim Should Go Forward: Hearing OfficerA City of Denver hearing officer has ruled a whistleblower claim by a Senior Assistant City Attorney should go forward.
Discrimination Lawsuit Against City And County Of Denver Heads To TrialA class action lawsuit nearly a decade in the making against the City and County of Denver will go to trial Monday morning.
City Asks To Dismiss Shapiro Whistleblower ClaimDenver’s City Attorney is asking that a whistleblower appeal filed by Senior Assistant City Attorney Stuart Shapiro be dismissed. It’s the latest salvo in the controversial and long running saga of Shapiro, who was placed on paid leave for nearly two years before being finally brought back to work.
Denver District Attorney To Review Possible Open Records ViolationThe Denver District Attorney’s Office announced Friday it would take an "initial look" at allegations that Denver’s City Attorney may have improperly withheld or manipulated public records.
Lawyer: City Attorney Lied, Violated Open Records LawThe Denver City Attorney's Office apparently violated state open records law, which states knowingly withholding records is a misdemeanor, when officials either withheld or destroyed a critical document and said it did not exist.
Denver Gives Another Raise To Worker Who Stayed HomeThe City of Denver has given another pay increase and positive rating to a senior assistant city attorney who did not work and was not assigned any cases since July 2014.
Porn In Denver Firehouse Contributes To $75,000 PayoutThe City of Denver has paid a former female firefighter $75,000 to settle her claims after she said she experienced repeated sexual harassment on the job.
Denver Assistant City Attorney Paid $213,000 While On LeaveA CBS4 investigation has found that a senior assistant city attorney with the City of Denver has been paid more than $213,000 during 19 months of paid leave.
Ethics Board Reviews Mayor's Trip To Super BowlThe Mayor of Denver's trip to the Super Bowl has drawn some scrutiny so the Denver Board of Ethics took a closer look. The board members gathered for a meeting on Friday afternoon.
Broncos Supplying Mayor, Family With Super Bowl Tickets, Taxpayers Paying for Flight, HotelDenver Mayor Michael Hancock is planning to go to Super Bowl 50 with his wife and daughter and Denver’s city attorney says the Broncos are supplying the Hancock family with three game passes.
City Agrees To $90,000 Settlement For Former Sheriff's Department EmployeeThe City of Denver has agreed to pay a former Denver Sheriff's Department administrative assistant $90,000 after she said she was paid incorrectly, then faced retaliation when she raised the issue.
Suit: Denver Sheriff Discriminates Against Female DeputiesTwo female Denver deputies are suing the troubled sheriff's department, saying its policies put female employees at greater risk of harm and burnout.