Greisen Medlock In the News

Photo of Paula Greisen with married couple Charlie Craig and Dave Mullins

Paula Greisen represented Charlie Craig and David Mullins when the fought discrimination against LGBTQ+ people in the Supreme Court. USA Today published their reaction to the Supreme Court’s decision in 303 Creative. Supreme Court 303 Creative Decision distorts religious freedom. We are no longer equal. – USA Today Before the hypothetical gay wedding case, he […]

Denver Pride parade marchers approach the Colorado capitol.

“The U.S. Supreme Court’s ruling today threatens the civil rights of LGBTQ+ Americans, as well as decades of long-standing laws that protect people in all minority groups,” said Paula Greisen, founding partner of Greisen Medlock.  “While we think this decision should only apply to a very narrow group of business, we have no doubt that […]

Male doctor holding pen and vial of medical supplies

Paula Greisen filed a lawsuit on behalf of a mother and her daughters after the family learned the mother’s fertility doctor – Paul Jones of Women’s Healthcare of Colorado in Grand Junction – had performed artificial inseminations on the mother using his own sperm. Jones had told the mother that the donor would be an […]

Paula Greisen speaks to Chief Vanessa Wilson

The Colorado Attorney General found that a pattern and practice of racist police at the Aurora Police Department.  After a Court orders the police department to stop its illegal practices, the new Chief of Police Vanessa Wilson vows to clean up the department. Chief Wilson then fires police officers who made racist comments, ridiculed the […]

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Greisen Medlock lawyers represented men imprisoned at a geriatric Texas prison who were not being protected from COVID-19. Twenty men died at the prison, before a court found the prisoners’ lawsuit saved “countless lives.” ‘Tinderbox waiting for the spark’: WFAA Dallas investigation shows how COVID-19 spread through Texas prisons

Badge showing Paula Greisen honored as 2020 Lawyer of the Year

Best Lawyers honored Paula Greisen by naming her a 2020 Lawyer of the Year in Denver. Paula Greisen – 2020 Lawyer of the Year Honoree

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Greisen Medlock lawyers won a significant settlement for a California man, who was seriously beaten by police officers as he was trying to return to his hotel room after enjoying a football game. Lawsuit accuses Austin police officer of using excessive force – Austin American-Statesman

Photo of Paula Greisen, Lindsay Saunders, and Lynly Egyes of the Trans Law Center

Across the county, thousands of transgender women are housed in male prison where they are subjected to rape and sex trafficking by male inmates.  These women, most of whom have been diagnosed with gender dysphoria and receive hormone treatment, are denied the basic protections and housing provided to the cisgender community, and leave in daily […]

Photo of Paula Greisen with header "Persistent as Hell"

PERSISTENT AS HELL Paula Greisen isn’t going to wait around for someone else to enact change Published in 2019 Colorado Super Lawyers magazine By Joel Warner on March 28, 2019 Paula Greisen sits in the gallery of a federal courtroom in downtown Denver, legs crossed and hands splayed out on the wooden bench on either side of her, radiating impatient […]

Scott Medlock Named Texas Rising Star

Super Lawyers Texas

Super Lawyers named Scott Medlock a “Texas Rising Star” in 2019 for his work representing prisoners and their families.

Photo of Paula Greisen with married couple Charlie Craig and Dave Mullins

Greisen Medlock represented a gay couple before the United States Supreme Court when a Colorado baker refused to sell them a wedding cake. Here are links to reporting about the case: ‘This happens all the time’: why a gay couple took their cake case to the supreme court | US news | The Guardian

Photo of the exterior of the Texas Department of Criminal Justice Pack Unit

Greisen Medlock lawyers won an injunction requiring the Texas prison system to move vulnerable inmates from a geriatric prison to air-conditioned locations. After a 9-day hearing, Judge Keith Ellison ordered the Texas Department of Criminal Justice to move elderly and disabled prisoners out of the notorious Pack Unit, where indoor heat indexes regularly exceeded 110 […]

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Equity and Justice for All

With a combined almost 50 years representing people in civil rights cases, Paula Greisen and Scott Medlock are leaders in the community representing victims of discrimination and governmental abuse. We have brought and won innovative lawsuits against Fortune 500 companies, as well as state and the federal governments, understanding that abuse and discrimination can affect anyone at any time.

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