District Court Judge Edward Nottingham's legal troubles is still unresolved before a state ethics panel, despite his resignation from the bench. Judge Nottingham quits amid inquiry. District Court Judge Edward Nottingham resigned Tuesday amid an investigation of charges that he asked a prostitute to lie about their relationship.
District Judge Edward W. Nottingham Jr. Federal judge expected to go. Nottingham is expected to quit the federal bench amid a new sex-related scandal and a closed-door judicial misconduct hearing that didn't go well, sources said Thursday. Union hopeful on contract By Steve Raabe Denver Post Tuesday, October 14, Officials of Qwest's largest union say a newly negotiated contract proposal might fare better with members who voted down an earlier deal. Qwest Communications and its largest union reached a tentative agreement late Friday night on a new contract that calls for a Qwest, union face midnight deadline By Jeff Smith Rocky Mountain News Friday, October 10, Qwest and its largest union, the Communications Workers of America, resumed bargaining Thursday in efforts to reach a tentative agreement by a midnight deadline today.
Qwest seeking court costs in retirees' suit. Qwest, union schedule resumption of contract talks Rocky Mountain News Friday, October 3, Qwest Communications and its largest union will resume bargaining Thursday, setting a midnight deadline Friday for reaching a new tentative agreement. Exec fraud initiative gains strength. Union , Qwest talk about future Denver Post Thursday, October 2, A day after members of the Communications Workers of America rejected a contract offer from Qwest, officials from both sides met Wednesday to lay out plans for additional talks and a contract extension.
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No work stoppages are planned, but one was OK'd in August before a deal was reached with the union By Steve Raabe Denver Post Wednesday, October 1, Members of the Communications Workers of America at Qwest rejected a proposed new contract Tuesday covering 20, employees in 13 states. Court in recess. Mahoney in rebuttal. Judge Mary Beck Brisco asks why the defense didn't request a continuance to address question of testimony. Nacchio could have come back from his home in New Jersey to make it, she adds. Nacchio case goes to full court. Nacchio still in jeopardy. Experts say it's likely that the ex-Qwest CEO's conviction will be affirmed By Andy Vuong Denver Post Friday, September 26, The attorney for former Qwest chief executive Joe Nacchio was just moments into arguing for reversal of his insider-trading conviction Thursday when a flurry of questions from judges took her off script.
Experts expect Nacchio guilty verdict to stand. Bush yields on exec pay. Nacchio's next battle begins Thursday By Andy Vuong Denver Post Wednesday, September 24, Joe Nacchio's insider-trading case will take center stage again at a federal court in Denver , this time as the focus of a rare full-court appellate review. Retirees criticize 'golden parachute' deal for Qwest CFO By Jeff Smith Rocky Mountain News Tuesday, September 23, A potential multimillion-dollar "golden parachute" for Qwest's new chief financial officer is being criticized by a retirees group, which says shareholders should approve such packages.
Fair trial at issue in Nacchio appeal. Feds propose huge bailout plan. Qwest, execs try to ease ballot battle. The talks aim to remove four union measures in return for help fighting Amendment 47 By Andy Vuong Denver Post Thursday, September 18, Denver-based Qwest and Colorado Concern, an alliance of top business executives, are trying to quell a battle between business and organized labor over competing November ballot initiatives.
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Criminal-defense group again backs Nacchio Denver Post Friday, September 5, The National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers has once again come to the support of former Qwest chief executive Joe Nacchio, whose insider-trading conviction is being reviewed by the full 10th Circuit Court of Appeals. Nacchio: Witness excluded at trial was 'heart' of defense By Jeff Smith Rocky Mountain News Tuesday, September 2, An expert witness excluded from testifying at former Qwest CEO Joe Nacchio's insider-trading trial last year represented the "heart" of his defense, his attorneys argue in a filing.
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Agreement averts strike; members voting next month By Roger Fillion and Jeff Smith Rocky Mountain News Tuesday, August 19, Qwest Communications reached a tentative three-year labor agreement with two of its unions, averting a possible strike a week before the start of the Democratic National Convention in Denver. Qwest, unions reach agreement, avert strike By Jeff Smith Rocky Mountain News Monday, August 18, Qwest and its two unions have reached tentative agreements on new, three-year contracts, averting a potential strike one week before the National Democratic Convention in Denver. Qwest faces deadline on union pact By Steve Raabs Denver Post Friday, August 15, Negotiations between Qwest and its chief union are picking up speed as their labor contract nears expiration.
Veteran Justice Dept. Supreme Court will handle the appellate review of former Qwest chief executive Joe Nacchio's illegal insider-trading case. Verizon labor deal could bode well for Denver telco By Jeff Smith Rocky Mountain News Tuesday, August 12, A Verizon labor agreement Sunday that averted a potential strike could bode well for successful Qwest-union talks, though both sides were quick to say Monday the financial situation is different here. Verizon-Union Deal Averts Strike. CWA votes to authorize Qwest strike Denver Post Sunday, August 10, Members of Communications Workers of America District 7 voted to authorize a strike against Qwest if negotiations fail to produce a new contract, union officials said Saturday night.
Qwest Communications International Inc. Schultz and Theo Francis Monday, August 4, At a time when scores of companies are freezing pensions for their workers, some are quietly converting their pension plans into resources to finance their executives' retirement benefits and pay. Securities and Exchange Commission will begin considering some of the 25 proposals from an advisory group seeking to make financial reporting less complex, Chairman Christopher Cox said. Second look at bid for new Nacchio trial.
Computer Glitch? Renewables attract Anschutz. The Denver billionaire's company plans to generate and transmit wind power By Andy Vuong Denver Post Wednesday, July 30, Philip Anschutz RJ Sangosti, The Denver Post Denver billionaire investor Philip Anschutz is plugging into the red-hot renewable-energy field, announcing plans to develop multibillion-dollar wind-farm and transmission-line projects.
Qwest insists network price caps unnecessary. The FCC wants better competition in four markets to lift controls. By Alex McCarthy Denver Post Tuesday, July 29, Qwest Communications is looking to prove that its level of market competition meets regulators' standards after the Federal Communications Commission denied its forbearance petition Friday, a company official said. Hernandez New York Times Sunday, July 27, The unions representing 65, Verizon workers on Saturday resounded a pledge to strike if demands for higher wages, caps on health care payments and limits on outsourcing jobs are not honored.
Johnson Denver Post Saturday, July 26, The Federal Communications Commission denied a forbearance petition by Qwest Friday that would have let the carrier charge more to wholesale customers that must lease the company's "last-mile" network lines. Enron prosecutor on Joe Nacchio team. Qwest eyes Phoenix in regulation case By Jeff Smith Rocky Mountain News Wednesday, July 23, With Qwest's request to remove wholesale price regulation in four metro areas an uphill battle, the Denver telco is focusing its final efforts on its best case: Phoenix.
Hill, the longest-serving director at Home Depot Inc. MassMutual offers free life insurance for working parents. District Court in Denver Tuesday in an effort to get class-action status for a lawsuit regarding life-insurance benefits. Retiree Benefits Take Another Hit. Last defendant in Milberg kickback case pleads guilty From the Associated Press Los Angeles Times Tuesday, July 15, The last defendant in a major federal kickback case involving class-action lawsuits against some of the nation's biggest corporations pleaded guilty Monday to a tax-related felony.
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Selzer, a lawyer who is the final defendant in a federal kickback case involving class-action lawsuits against big corporations, has agreed to plead guilty to a tax-related felony, prosecutors in Los Angeles said Friday. Depositions of former Qwest execs delayed. Retirees slam Qwest filing. The group says the firm is threatening to end life-insurance benefits for all if a class-action lawsuit succeeds By Kimberly S.
Johnson Denver Post Thursday, July 10, Qwest retirees are voicing concern over comments made in a brief filed by Qwest last week in a case surrounding their life-insurance benefits. Qwest, union have reason to deal: DNC. Neither wants a strike before the convention By Jeff Smith Rocky Mountain News Saturday, July 5, Qwest Communications and its largest union start new contract talks Tuesday, negotiations especially critical given the upcoming Democratic National Convention in Denver. Qwest: Let FCC rule on prices.
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