“Colorado Oil & Gas: The Road to Preemption Law and 2016 COGCC Update” Presented by Michael Jewell

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Michael Jewell presented a talk to the San Juan Basin Landman’s Association entitled “Colorado Oil & Gas:  The Road to Preemption Law and 2016 COGCC Update” on Wednesday, September 14.  The presentation was held at the Seasons Restaurant in Durango, Colorado and applied recent preemption decisions and COGCC developments to industry concerns unique to the Read More
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Herrick Lidstone Recognized by International CLE Organization for Legal Publication: Limited Liability Companies & Partnerships in Colorado

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The Association for Continuing Legal Education (ACLEA), an international continuing legal education organization, awarded Colorado Bar Association CLE (CBA-CLE) with the Award of Outstanding Achievement in the publication category for its business law book Limited Liability Companies and Partnerships in Colorado by Attorneys Herrick Lidstone, Jr. and Allen Sparkman. “Attorneys Herrick Lidstone, Jr. and Allen Read More
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Firm shareholder, Abe Laydon, successfully completed the Leadership Program of the Rockies

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Congressman Schaffer presenting Abe Laydon his certificate. Firm shareholder, Abe Laydon, successfully completed the Leadership Program of the Rockies (“LPR”). LPR includes such notable alumni as former Colorado Attorney General and U.S. Secretary of the Interior Gale Norton, former Lieutenant Governor Jane Norton, former Secretary of State Scott Gessler, Senate President Bill Cadman, Senate Majority Leader Read More
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New DOL Rule for Overtime Pay

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The federal Fair Labor Standards Act (the “FLSA”) has governed the relationship between employers and employees since enacted in 1938 including establishing the 40 hour work week and a minimum hourly wage. It also governs when employees must be paid overtime. The FLSA and the rules interpreting the statute set forth three tests to determine Read More
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2016 Legislative Update by Herrick K. Lidstone, Jr.

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Herrick Lidstone will be a speaker today, at the Colorado Bar Association’s 2016 Legislative Update co-sponsored by the Business, Tax, Real Estate, and Estate and Trust Law Sections.  Herrick will be providing the legislative update for the Business Law Section.  Among other things, during the 2016 session of the Colorado General Assembly, Herrick has testified Read More
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Michael Jewell gave a presentation to the Denver Mensa Local Section at the Mercury Café on May 14th

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Michael Jewell gave a presentation to the Denver Mensa Local Section at the Mercury Café on May 14th.  The presentation, entitled “Oil & Gas Foundations and Frac(k)ing Considerations in Colorado” included a thorough discussion of the recent City of Longmont v. COGA, et al and City of Fort Collins v. COGA, et al cases.  The presentation Read More
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Herrick Lidstone will be a speaker on June 8, 2016, at the Colorado Bar Association’s 2016 Legislative Update

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Herrick Lidstone will be a speaker on June 8, 2016, at the Colorado Bar Association’s 2016 Legislative Update co-sponsored by the Business, Tax, Real Estate, and Estate and Trust Law Sections.  Herrick will be providing the legislative update for the Business Law Section.  Among other things, during the 2016 session of the Colorado General Assembly, Read More
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Alix Joseph will be hosting the live webinar “Colorado Water Rights, Sales and Transfers.”

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Stay up-to-date on the latest issues impacting Colorado water law with Alix Joseph. The economy is picking up again. Developers, municipalities, corporations, and other entities are looking for water rights to satisfy increased commercial, industrial, and residential development. This topic helps people involved in either purchasing or selling water rights to understand what water rights Read More
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Colorado Supreme Court Hears Oral Arguments Regarding Longmont Hydraulic Fracturing Ban and Fort Collins Moratorium

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By: Steve M. Nagy, Esq. and Katherine E. McAuley, Esq. In 2013, the City of Longmont banned hydraulic fracturing, and the City of Fort Collins enacted a 5-year moratorium on the practice. The Colorado Oil and Gas Association (“COGA”) challenged these ordinances in Boulder and Larimer County district court, with the Colorado Oil and Gas Read More
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