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About Jessica Glynn

Jessica Centers Glynn is a writer and teacher in Denver, Colorado. She earned her journalism degree from the University of Missouri-Columbia, and her award-winning reporting has also appeared in The Anniston Star and Westword

Articles Written by Jessica Glynn

Merging Risks and Rewards

What to look for—and look out for—in a merger or acquisition

Press Briefing

Zachary Margulis-Ohnuma loved being a reporter; he just wanted a deeper dive

First Served

Sam Alba’s long and storied legal legacy

The Full Perspective

Pamela Price has been lawyer, plaintiff and defendant. Next up: Alameda County D.A.?

'A Fire in Her to Protect the Victim'

Why Natalie Weatherford only takes sex abuse cases


Amy B. Ginensky’s second act

The Inspired CJG

How the RBG documentary moved CJ Griffin to build a first-of-its-kind public-interest center


Jim Gilbert’s crusade for victims of unsafe vehicles

When Your Health Insurance Company Says 'No'

How New Yorkers can fight back against a denied claim

Can You Sue Your Lawyer for Malpractice in Colorado?

What to do if your attorney goes awry

'All the Fun Cases'

Judy Simmons Henry has battled cults and Ponzi schemes, and now reps NCAA players and coaches, too

The Bulldog and the Scholar

How Tara Knight and Hugh Keefe became Connecticut’s criminal law power couple

A Long Island Kid in Queen Elizabeth's Court

How Thomas Foley came to be both a lawyer in New York and a solicitor in London

What Can Be Done About Ransomware Attacks?

Legal advice from New York data security attorneys

How to Keep Out of Legal Trouble in a Home Renovation

Avoiding the home improvement money pit in Florida

The 2 Billion Dollar Man

How R. Brent Wisner landed one of the largest product-defect jury awards in history

'Everywhere We Went, We Were First'

That’s how it feels to work side-by-side with trailblazer Sherrie Savett

Road Scholar

The well-traveled education of Alejandro Moreno

Comeback Drive

Former pro football player Hollynd Hoskins keeps going until the final whistle for clients like Curtis Brooks

What to Expect When You Expect to Adopt

The legal steps to take to grow your family in Colorado

A More Global View

Why Eugene criminal defense attorney Rosalind Lee donned the robes for mental health court

Using Her Elbows

Runner Haley Krug carries her competitiveness into the legal arena

Better Late

At 59, Mary Caruso became an attorney—and that’s not the twist to her story

The Human Element

Even plaintiff’s lawyers salute Mike O’Donnell’s decency

What Can You Do When Your Home Renovation Goes Awry?

Exploring Colorado homeowners' legal options

Madigan, Bargain Again

Denise Madigan helps teach female professionals to negotiate for themselves

Vindicating Victims

Why did Trump supporter Douglas H. Wigdor take on Fox News? The same reason he’s sued the Weinstein Company, NY1 and, yes, Uber

Tales Out of School

Timothy J. Mullins represents school districts and their myriad legal issues

Antiques Homeshow

How Arthur Saito came to steward an Asian art collection

Get Back Up

No matter how many times he’s been knocked down, Michael Burg always rises

The Impact Arbitration Clauses Have on Class Action Lawsuits

The recent developments in class actions waivers

How to Defend a Discrimination Claim

Employment lawyers give their advice

Where Are You Safe from Workplace Monitoring?

Where Colorado employment law stands on Big Brother and privacy

Justice Is Coming

Tina Habas is civil defense’s worst nightmare: a former defense attorney, now plaintiff’s attorney, who “speaks Judge”

The Force of Nature and the Steadying Hand

How Iris Eytan and Dru Nielsen create magic—and not-guilty verdicts

'Am I Free to Leave, Officer?'

Helpful legal tips should you face police misconduct in Colorado

Surviving Divorce in Colorado

Keeping as much of your time, money and dignity intact as possible

Outdated Laws: New York City Edition

Some of the most bizarre crimes in NYC

Cynthia Ciancio Speaks Her Mind

The family law lawyer fights escalation before seeking annihilation

She Could Do Without the Death Threats

Pamela Robillard Mackey talks prosecutors, system failure and Kobe

The Professional

Kenzo Kawanabe fights to live in a more meritocratic society

The Life of Reilly

Dan Reilly has a simple goal: he wants to put together the greatest trial team in the country

Normal Genius

Malcolm Wheeler can win a case just by showing up

Wartime Consigliere

How Richard Baer, accidental general counsel and wannabe cop, helped Qwest survive a $3 billion accounting scandal

Lane v. U.S.

Whether defending death row inmates or Balloon Boy’s dad, David Lane strives to keep government abuse in check

'Who Did You Rep During the Global Financial Meltdown, Daddy?'

How an all-star line-up of lawyers helped ensure that Bear Stearns and Lehman Brothers were bought, and someone, somewhere, cared about Bernie Madoff

Protecting the Insider

Four whistleblower attorneys tell their stories

The Gentle Giant

Bill Keating represents injured clients with uncommon compassion

We Will Sell No Astrachan Before Its Time

James Astrachan is a "professionally focused attorney" mixed with the "nuttiness of an intuitive ad man"

Staying Civil After 9/11

Three civil rights lawyers—Michael Ratner, Arthur Eisenberg and Manuel Vargas—and their organizations fight for our most basic rights          

Eminent in Her Domain

Leslie Fields talks about an old book (The Good Earth), her book (Colorado Eminent Domain Practice) and the fundamental nature of owning property

The Supreme Warrior

Why Walter L. Gerash is one of the best lawyers in the whole motherbleeping country

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