John Gleason was selected to speak at the American Conference Institute National Malpractice Conference, New York City, New York, November 19-20, 2014

Dana Eismeier addressed the La Plata/Archuleta Cattlemen’s Association meeting in Durango on October 27.  He discussed tips for avoiding lawsuits in contract negotiations.

John Gleason was a speaker at the 2014 Colorado State Public Defender Conference September, 2014

Entrepreneurs and other business owners have a variety of choices when it comes to choosing the legal entity through which to implement a new venture. In Colorado, those choices are found in Title 7 of the Colorado Revised Statutes. Read more

The protection of trade secrets starts at the beginning of any new employment relationship and is a continual process. While Colorado law provides protection to employers under the Uniform Trade Secrets Act, C.R.S. § 7-74-101, et seq., there are several protective measures that an employer should undertake to help ensure its trade secrets are secure. […]

John Gleason was asked to do an on-sight Evaluation of Wisconsin Attorney Regulatory System at the request of the Wisconsin Chief Justice and the Director of the Wisconsin Office of Lawyer Regulation, July, 2014.

By Dana L. Eismeier The Colorado Supreme Court recently issued two significant decisions involving the Colorado Employment Security Act (“CESA”).  In Industrial Claim Appeals Office v. Softrock Geological Services, Inc., 2014 CO 30 and Western Logistics, Inc. v. Industrial Claim Appeals Office, 2014 CO 31, the Court resolved a split among divisions of the Court […]

The most common mistakes we see in start up and early stage companies involve not papering purchases of securities, including shares issued to founders, shares and promissory notes issued in the seed capital round, and other securities issued to purchasers and service providers. Read more for a few inexpensive tips for minimizing liability from Theresa M. […]

Who is the owner?

In re the Estate of Jeanette Elizabeth Grosboll, authored by Herrick K. Lidstone Jr and Victoria Bantz, is a probate case discussing Colorado’s Uniform Partnership Law  and Uniform Partnership Act . The case should be of interest to business lawyers as well as estate planners. Click here to read more

By Lee E. Miller and Alix L. Joseph In a decision that was anxiously anticipated by land use and environmental professionals, the United States Supreme Court issued its decision on June 19, 2006 in the consolidated cases of Rapanos v. United States and Carabell v. United States. Many had hoped this decision would offer a […]

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