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Do I Need A Lawyer To Incorporate My Small Business?

Do I Need A Lawyer To Incorporate My Small Business?

One of the most important first decisions you'll make as a business owner is selecting the business structure. If you and your attorney determine that a corporation is the correct business structure, there are some procedures to follow in order to correctly file the...

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What Does a Contract Lawyer Do?

What Does a Contract Lawyer Do?

Contracts are legally enforceable agreements that are a part of day-to-day business operations for companies of all sizes. Contracts should not be written or signed haphazardly, especially when your business and livelihood are on the line. It's critical to understand...

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Small Business Legal Checklist

Small Business Legal Checklist

Small Business Legal Checklist As a small business owner, you must wear a lot of hats! Unfortunately, one of the hats that is difficult to wear is the one involving legal matters. Whether you are just starting a business, are making changes in your current business...

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Will Corona virus affect your business?

Even though I am a business attorney, I worry like most business owners about current events. Recently, the news and the markets have been rattled by the outbreak of the corona virus. Like me, you are probably wondering how the virus could affect your...

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We are still screaming over ice cream!

Several years ago, I wrote a blog about ice cream trucks. Multiple incidents throughout the past year were highlighted, including the dispute between Sno Cone Joe pushed Mr. Ding a Ling. Well according to CNN, this was only the tip of the ice cream and things have...

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Yes, you do need business insurance if you work from home!

Someone on NextDoor.com asked how bad flooding could be in the Denver area. Here are some pictures of the flooding over the years. I think the one in 2013 was a water main break, but it gives you an idea of what the area looked like before the water receded in the...

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Essentials, Elements, and Errors in Contract Law

Essentials, Elements, and Errors in Contract Law

As a small business owner, you are constantly faced with contracts. You may have contracts with customers, vendors, employees, contractors, and other individuals or businesses. Small or new businesses may be more susceptible to mistakes when it comes to the numerous types and complex legal terms of contracts. The Law Office of EC Lewis PC can help create contracts, clarify existing or new contracts and agreements, and provide protection before or after you enter into any binding contract. This post will cover contracts that are essential to the success of your small business, the elements of a solid contract, and the most common errors made in business contracts.

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10 Ways to De-Stress Your Business Tax Time

10 Ways to De-Stress Your Business Tax Time

As a small business owner, tax time can be very stressful, especially if you wait until the last minute to try to organize a year’s worth of paperwork. In order to ease the stress and avoid potential trouble with the Colorado Department of Revenue or Internal Revenue Service (IRS), start thinking about tax time as all year round. There are steps you can take throughout the year to make a big difference in your total income and tax liability when it comes time to file.

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Elizabeth is like a partner in my business. She’s there when I’ve needed her, she’s available, responsive, takes time to solve issues I bring to her quickly and above all, she’s competent. I would highly recommend any small business owner with a budding business to contact Elizabeth.
Chet Baker

JobBiz, LLC

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Elizabeth Lewis has served as our small business attorney for the past 3 years. The legal expertise and knowledge of business regulations she provides enable us to focus on running the business. Her monthly newsletters offers insightful tips, and make us aware of potential changes which may effect our business operations so we are not caught off guard. We are extremely pleased with Elizabeth, and remain committed with her firm.
Rick Davis

Rick Davis Consulting, LLC

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The Law Office of E.C. Lewis, P.C. helped David Woolever, an entrepreneur, independent author, and publisher, with setting up his LLC, website, and also with advice on contacts his company would need.

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Owning their own business was a long-time dream for Jim Kreutzer and his son-in-law, Tim. They worked closely with the Law Office of E.C. Lewis, P.C. from the start. Elizabeth helped with the property lease agreement developing the necessary waivers for both adults and minors.

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Dan Jimenez and Ryan Humphries wanted to bridge fitness and adventure in their new startup, but they needed some help getting their business off the ground. They came to the Law Office of EC Lewis to help make sure they were legally set.

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Kristen Hansen and her aunt, Tami Takahashi both had business knowledge, but working together as business partners and selling online brought new questions and challenges. Elizabeth helped set up their company and composed a privacy policy and terms of use for the website.

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What Is The Difference Between a Merger and Acquisition?

What Is The Difference Between a Merger and Acquisition?

Mergers and acquisitions are two standard corporate restructuring methods that companies use to enhance their worth and increase their profits. When it comes to the business world, it is not unusual to hear both words used interchangeably. In reality, the difference...

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