What Does “Piercing the Corporate Veil” Mean?

2023-02-22T18:00:39+00:00April 20th, 2016|Articles, Business Law|

What Does "Piercing the Corporate Veil" Mean? If you own a business, you probably have heard about the "corporate veil" and perhaps wondered what it is. In Colorado, a corporation is formed when its organizers file articles of incorporation with the Colorado Secretary of State's office; to create a limited liability company, the organizers file [...]

Are Card and Board Games Legal in Colorado?

2023-02-22T18:00:51+00:00April 1st, 2016|Articles, Business Law|

Are Card and Board Games Legal in Colorado? I have noticed a proliferation in card and game stores in Colorado since 2010. A lot of this growth is on the back of very lucrative games like "Magic: The Gathering," that encourage customers to enter tournaments hosted by card and game stores that award prizes in [...]

Customer Contracts and You

2023-02-22T18:01:07+00:00March 26th, 2016|Articles, Business Law|

Customer Contracts and You Taken very broadly, American civil law deals with how we sort out disputes between private people (or organizations) that do not involve a crime. Where they did not have a chance to meet and discuss their obligations and rights among each other beforehand, such as in a car accident between strangers, [...]

There Are Times When You Can’t Be Your Own Witness

2023-02-22T18:01:14+00:00February 20th, 2016|Articles, Business Law|

There Are Times When You Can't Be Your Own Witness A sales rep from Littleton, Colorado called me recently to help him collect an override bonus he was entitled to for training a new colleague. The expected bonus was sizeable, but unpaid, and he wanted to sue. His problem was that the bonus arrangement was [...]