The Great Resignation and the Great Attrition: Protect Your Company During Employee Departure

2023-04-26T12:26:47+00:00April 8th, 2023|Business Law, Articles, Employment Law|

Ready to handle legal issues when someone quits? Long gone are the days where companies could expect every employee to stay with the same employer for decades. We now live in the age of “job hopping,” where employees are regularly changing jobs for various reasons, such as higher pay, better benefits, flexible hours, [...]

Mortgage Companies Sitting on Insurance Checks

2023-04-13T20:11:10+00:00April 7th, 2023|Business Law, Articles, Financial|

Many times, a homeowner or a general contractor is surprised to learn that the mortgage company on a house is able to intercept insurance proceeds on a covered loss and delay payment. The mortgage company might refuse to disburse money until after the construction project is completed, despite the fact that the construction contract requires [...]

Public Health Emergency Leave in Colorado – It Is Still Here And It Has Been Expanded.

2023-04-13T20:14:28+00:00March 31st, 2023|Articles, Business Law, Employment Law|

By now, employers should be aware that Colorado’s Healthy Families and Workplace Act (“HFWA”) includes a provision requiring employers to provide up to eighty (80) hours of paid leave for employees affected by a Public Health Emergency (PHE). See C.R.S. § 8-13.3-405(1). Of course, at the time of its passage in 2020, this law was [...]

Contracting and Public Adjusting

2023-04-13T20:11:43+00:00March 24th, 2023|Business Law, Articles|

Most people do not have the tens or hundreds of thousands of dollars it takes to repair their property after a major loss just laying around. So, contractors who specialize in repairing from losses due to weather, fire, or flood often will agree to work for the insurance proceeds. This can create some tension when [...]

What Should I Look for When Hiring a Lawyer?

2023-03-20T20:40:11+00:00March 17th, 2023|Business Law, Articles|

Nobody wants to be in a situation where they need a lawyer, but the reality is that they are necessary for a multitude of situations. Uncovering the right person to represent you can be a confusing situation, but there are a few things you should look at before trusting someone for your legal situation. Lawyers [...]

How Do You Form a Business?

2023-03-14T14:55:51+00:00March 9th, 2023|Business Law, Articles|

Whether you’re a business of just a couple people, or have multiple employees, you might be able to benefit from forming a corporation, limited liability company, or other business entity. The process of forming a company means that you are creating an entity that is legally separate from you. A company can be sold and [...]

Pending Lawsuits against Artificial Intelligence

2023-04-08T00:05:35+00:00March 2nd, 2023|Articles, AI, Business Law, Governments|

Pending Lawsuits against Artificial Intelligence Computer software can be used to mimic human creativity in fields like art, coding, writing, and music. Because there is not yet an established legal framework on how to treat these technologies and because creators are concerned, justifiably so, that these developments are about to disrupt their industries, lawsuits are [...]

What Does a Business Attorney Do?

2023-02-22T20:24:03+00:00February 22nd, 2023|Articles, Business Law|

Large and small businesses must ensure that all their proceedings follow the law. A business attorney can provide the guidance, expertise, and counsel to ensure a company is keeping in line with legal standards in various business practices. Learn more about what a business attorney can do to protect and support your business. If you [...]

When Businesses Partners Divorce

2023-02-22T18:00:09+00:00February 26th, 2018|Articles, Business Divorce, Business Law|

When Businesses Partners Divorce Sometimes events and the planets don’t exactly align in favor of business decisions, requiring business partners to call an end to a merger or partnership. For instance, General Electric recently considered cutting loose of their majority stakeholdings in Denver oilfield services corporation Baker Hughes. That hasty divorce, if completed, would have [...]