COLORADO BUSINESS LAW SECTION NEWSLETTER – JUNE 2021 TWO CASES, TWO EXPERT WITNESSES ONE DID IT RIGHT; THE OTHER DIDN’T Herrick K. Lidstone, Jr. Erik K. Schuessler Burns, Figa & Will, P.C. Expert witnesses have a sometimes crucial role in litigation as defined by Rule 702 of the Colorado Rules of Evidence and the similar […]

CLE – HB2021-1124: Concerning the Expansion of the Ability to Conduct Business Activities Electronically Wednesday, May 19th  Noon – 1:00 p.m. Live webinar = free Pending approval for 1 CLE Credit Register HERE by 5pm on March 18th A link to the CLE will be sent to attendees prior to start  Presented by Herrick Lidstone and Kylie Santos HB […]

SEC Amends Definition of “Accredited Investor” and Expands List of Entities Eligible to Qualify as “QIBs” By: Victoria B. Bantz, Esq. and Laura Fodor, Esq. On August 26, 2020, the Securities and Exchange Commission (the “SEC”) adopted amendments to the definition of “accredited investor” under Rules 215 and 501(a) of the Securities Act of 1933, […]

2020 Annual Ethics Update

2020 Annual Ethics Update   Alec Rothrock and Herrick Lidstone, Jr. will discuss current issues under the Colorado Rules of Professional Conduct, including proposed and recently adopted Rules, and recent Colorado cases and ethics opinions.   Date: Wednesday, December 9, 2020 12:00 p.m. – 2:00 p.m.   Via Zoom Registration is required in order to […]

COVID-19 Business Survival Guide

  COVID-19 Business Survival Guide by Amy K. Fliam, Kylie R. Santos and Theresa M. Mehringer. SMDCC Presentation Powerpoint – BFW

Shareholders Kemper Will and Scott Clark have been recognized in the 2019 Chambers USA listing of leading environmental attorneys.  Chambers is a highly respected research organization that bases its rankings through assessment of a firm’s work and opinions from external market sources, with an emphasis on client feedback. Firms and lawyers need to demonstrate sustained […]

Business Owners Should Consider Leaving Estate Unequally By Shelley Thompson, Shareholder In the area of trusts, estates, and probate litigation, one of the most common reasons for disputes between siblings after the death of a parent who owns a business or family land is the parent’s unwillingness to leave the estate unequally, or an attorney’s […]

Accepting Cryptocurrency as Payment for Legal Fees Ethical and Practical Considerations BY HERRICK K. LIDSTONE, JR. AND ERIK K. SCHUESSLER In the early 1970s, the legal community grappled with whether to allow payment of legal fees by then-innovative means: the credit card.1 Now, attorneys are faced with another cutting-edge method of paying legal fees: virtual […]

Mr. and Ms. Litigator, Your Help Is Needed By Herrick K. Lidstone, Jr. Burns, Figa & Will, P.C. April 10, 2019 Too many times our judicial officers issue opinions in cases that do not accurately reflect the law of business entities. For example, in Stockdale v. Ellsworth, the Colorado Supreme Court decided a case involving […]

Amy Fliam focuses her practice on a variety of transactional matters. Amy advises clients at all stages of growth, helping them from initial entity selection and formation, to raising capital, and ultimate exit through sale, merger or acquisition. She has worked with companies in a variety of industries – technology, oil and gas, medical device […]

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