CO Anti-Patent Troll Law

Colorado recently passed a law aimed at reducing the amount of so-called “patent trolling.” Generally, “patent troll” is used as a derogatory term to describe non-practicing entities, which are entities that own a patent on something but do not use it themselves (they may license it to other

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Coats v. Dish Network and CO Businesses

On Monday, June 15th, the Colorado Supreme Court issued its ruling in Coats v. Dish, LLC, this was a high profile case in Colorado symbolizing the clash between Colorado law permitting medical marijuana use, Federal law’s criminal approach to all marijuana use, and employers’ anti-drug policies

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Knowledge vs. Motive & Employment Discrimination

Here in the 10th Circuit, where Colorado is located, it was previously considered a requirement by the courts that discrimination claims under Title VII based on a religious accommodation required the employer to have actual knowledge of the religious accommodation request from the employee or prosp

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Employee Due Diligence

The next part of our series on Due Diligence will discuss Employee Due Diligence.

Now if the business you are looking to buy does not have any employees then this may be a simple process, but it may not be as simple as you would think. For example, the business that you are looking to buy may not

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Legal Due Diligence

Continuing as part of our series on Due Diligence, we have already outlined Financial Due Diligence, and this time we will take a look at due diligence regarding issues that are more legal in nature.

As part of the due diligence process, it is important that you have the legal documents of the bu

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Coats v. Dish Network and CO Businesses

On Monday, June 15th, the Colorado Supreme Court issued its ruling in Coats v. Dish, LLC, this was a high profile case in Colorado symbolizing the clash between Colorado law permitting medical marijuana use, Federal law’s criminal approach to all read more

Knowledge vs. Motive & Employment Discrimination

Here in the 10th Circuit, where Colorado is located, it was previously considered a requirement by the courts that discrimination claims under Title VII based on a religious accommodation required the employer to have actual knowledge of the religious accommodation read more

Employee Due Diligence

The next part of our series on Due Diligence will discuss Employee Due Diligence. Now if the business you are looking to buy does not have any employees then this may be a simple process, but it may not be read more

Legal Due Diligence

Continuing as part of our series on Due Diligence, we have already outlined Financial Due Diligence, and this time we will take a look at due diligence regarding issues that are more legal in nature. As part of the due read more

Financial Due Diligence

Whenever you are thinking about buying a business (or selling a business) it is expected that you will perform your due diligence before the sale is final to help decide whether or not the purchase is a good idea by read more

Developing Business Ideas

In a previous post, we talked about the importance of diversifying your business and the benefits that it can have toward your success. This time, we’ll talk more about developing an initial idea for a business. You’ve probably heard it read more

CO’s Economy & Energy Prices

Colorado was recently ranked 3rd among US state economies by Business Insider. You can see the full report here. This is not too surprising since Business Insider also ranked CO as being the fastest growing state economy last year. A read more

Full-Strength Beer & Liquor in Grocery Stores

Recently, there has been a greater push to allow grocery stores and other chains like Target to be able to sell liquor, wine, and full-strength beer at all of their locations. Currently, Colorado law only permits one liquor license per read more

Appreciating your Customers and Clients

It cannot be put any more simply than to say that without your customers and/or clients, your business could not survive, so lets talk about ways that you can show your appreciation to them and increase their loyalty to keep read more

Consider Diversifying Your Business

Now that Spring is just around the corner, lets talk about one way of making an exciting new change to your business as part of some spring cleaning. A while back there was some interesting speculation that turned out to read more

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