About Elizabeth Lewis

Elizabeth Lewis is a small business attorney, mother of two, and owner of the Law Office of E.C. Lewis, PC. She works with small businesses from start up to dissolution and everything in between. In addition to running her law firm, she teaches small business owners throughout the state at various business groups, is part of the Colorado Bar Association's Business Law Section, and several chambers.

Legal Background

Following the advice that she has given hundreds, Denver Business Attorney Elizabeth Lewis became a small business owner in January of 2010. She opened the doors to her own law firm, the Law Office of E.C. Lewis, P.C. which specializes in business, intellectual property, technology, and online law. Prior to starting her own business law firm, she worked for the Law Firm of David A. Sprecace, P.C., where she developed the firm’s business and technology law practice. She also has extensive experience in these fields from working under the lead attorney at the CU Technology Transfer Office where she wrote licensing, non-compete, employment, and business contracts.

IT Background

Prior to attending CU Law School, Elizabeth worked at Experian, one of the largest credit bureaus in the country providing IT support as part of the email-marketing department. She holds a Masters of Science in Computer Information Technology, gained while working in system administration prior to law school. She continues to be active in the IT community by attending conferences, classes, and events to learn about new technology before it hits the internet.

Education

Elizabeth Lewis is a native of Denver, Colorado. She has attended Holy Family High School, Metropolitan State College of Denver (Bachelor of Arts), and Regis University (Masters of Science). She received her Juris Doctorate from the University of Colorado Law School and continues her legal education taking Continuing Legal Education classes from the Colorado Bar Association and Denver Bar Association on a regular basis.

Additional Activities

Elizabeth regularly participates in the Denver Bar Association and Colorado Bar Association. She recently was named the head of the e-Commerce Section of the Business Law Section, Colorado Bar Association.
Elizabeth is active in her community and hold memberships with the Fax Partnership, South Metro Chamber of Commerce, Glendale Chamber of Commerce, Colorado Bar Association, and Denver Bar Association. She teaches regularly at locations throughout the Front Range.

In her free time, she loves spending time with her family which includes her husband, two sons, and dog and enjoying all that her home state has to offer, including hiking, biking, enjoying over 300 days of sunshine a year, and most recently crossfit.

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Client Success Story – Axistence Athletics

Client Success Story – Axistence Athletics After attending a seminar together, Dan Jimenez and Ryan Humphries realized that they had a lot of things in common.  Both were certified personal trainers, ex-military, outdoor enthusiasts - and they had very similar ideas on how the fitness industry should look read more

What is the Small Business Administration?

Today, President Obama appointed Maria Contreras-Sweet head of the SBA. Founded in 1953, the SBA has had an impact on millions of US businesses, including mine. However, many people, including business owners, know little about the SBA. For most people, read more

Anonymous no longer?

In a recent ruling by a Virginia court, the court ruled that Yelp.com, which provides online review from consumers for companies, had to release information about consumers who “anonymously” review companies. In the Virginia case, the owner of Hadeed Carpet read more

Women Owned Small Business Certification

Government contracting makes up a large percentage of the gross domestic product in the United States. With federal agencies required to grant up to 5% of government contracts to women owned small businesses, many small businesses wonder about how to read more

Business Estate Planning

As the Day of the Dead approaches, it is a time that business owners need to be thinking about what will happen to their businesses if something happens to them.  Without the proper planning, everything you dreamed and built for read more

Emergency Preparedness for your Business

Since last week, I have been watching the news showing the flooding north of Denver.  While we have had rain coming down and puddles on our grass, luckily both my home and my office are on high enough ground away read more

What is the Marketplace Fairness Act?

The Marketplace Fairness Act was passed by the U.S. Senate on May 6th and is currently pending vote in the House of Representatives. The MFA would enable state governments to tax online retailers generating $1 million or more in a read more

I scream, you scream, we all scream for… the most dangerous business to own?

Recently, I came across an article about wayward ice cream truck owners. Most of us remember these trucks from our youth – they brought us frosty treats on warm afternoons while toons played throughout the neighborhood. However, this article showed read more

Keeping it in the family

The past few weeks we have been talking about starting a business. Just like starting a business with a spouse which we discussed two weeks ago, people start to think about going into business with friends and family. You’ve known read more

Going into business with partners

So far this month, we have gone over starting a business by yourself and with your significant other. This week, we are going to touch on starting a business with a partner (or partners). In many cases, people determine that read more
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