Law Offices of Randall M. Weiner, P.C. helps WildEarth Guardians seek injunction against Colorado Parks and Wildlife’s plans to kill predators

In March, the Law Offices of Randall M. Weiner, P.C. assisted WildEarth Guardians in filing a motion for preliminary injunction against Colorado Parks and Wildlife, the Parks and Wildlife Commission, and the Department of Natural Resources.  The injunction motion requests that the Denver County District Court halt defendants’ plans to kill mountain lions and black bears […]

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Hotchkiss Man Jailed for Violating Injunction To Protect Organic Farm And Leukemia Survivor

Hotchkiss Man Sentenced for Violating Injunction To Protect Organic Farm And Leukemia Survivor Hotchkiss Man Sentenced To Two Days In Jail, $7,500 Fine, For Violating Injunction To Protect Organic Farm And Leukemia Survivor From Mosquito Pesticide Spray Hotchkiss, Colorado: Protecting the rights of organic farmers and pesticide sensitive persons, the District Court in Delta, Colorado […]

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City of Colorado Springs Not Immune from Lawsuit for Spreading Gas Plant Contaminants

Colorado Springs, Colorado: The District Court in El Paso County ruled late today that Colorado Springs may not shield itself from a lawsuit for environmental contamination from its old gas warehouse site at 25 Cimino Drive. The City had tried to use its “governmental immunity” to deflect claims that it had contaminated the Smokebrush Foundation […]

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Randall Weiner appointed as New Commissioner of Solid and Hazardous Waste

Randall M. Weiner was appointed as a Commissioner to Colorado’s Solid and Hazardous Waste Commission in 2013 by Governor John Hickenlooper.  The Commission promulgates and adopts rules and hears appeals concerning solid and hazardous waste.  Mr. Weiner last served on Colorado’s Pollution Prevention Advisory Board after an appointment by then Governor Bill Owens. 

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