May
18
2020
On the nomination of the Honorable Judge Gregory A. Phillips, Circuit Judge of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Tenth Circuit, and the motion of distinguished Cheyenne attorney Paul Hickey, Leah Schwartz has recently accepted a position with the Tenth Circuit Historical Society as State Vice President for Wyoming.
Mar
26
2020
In these challenging times presented by the COVID-19 pandemic, Ranck & Schwartz is adhering to federal and local guidelines to help “flatten the curve.”
Mar
05
2020
Leah C. Schwartz recently served as co-counsel in a winning appeal before the Wyoming Supreme Court in which she represented The Nature Conservancy ("TNC") alongside Kim D. Cannon.
Jan
08
2020
Wyoming courts and practitioners are adapting to significant changes to one of the key rules governing the pro hac vice admission of out-of-state counsel.
Aug
28
2019
If concrete is poured before the snow flies, the park could open as soon as next summer.
Jun
01
2019
Effective June 1, 2019, the firm is pleased to announce that Leah C. Schwartz has become managing partner in the firm where she will continue her civil litigation practice alongside her father and founding partner William P. (“Bill”) Schwartz.
Mar
28
2019
It is with heavy hearts that we read the latest edition of the Wyoming Lawyer dedicated to John M. Burman. Professor Burman meant a great deal to so many lawyers across the state. Leah C. Schwartz was honored to take part in this special tribute.
Mar
27
2019
Congratulations to the team including Astoria Parks Conservancy Board Chairman, Bill Schwartz.
Jan
06
2019
“That was a wonderful thing,” campaign Chairman Bill Schwartz said. “Made me sleep a little better on New Year’s Eve.” He estimated that the project still needs about $450,000, though “we’re still opening mail and things are trickling in.”