Nuances of Non Disclosure Agreement Colorado

What is a Non-Disclosure Agreement? When companies want to protect certain information from reaching the hands of the competition, they usually draft a Non Disclosure Agreement ( commonly referred to as A Confidential Disclosure Agreement (CDA)). The Non Disclosure Agreement  is a contract between the disclosing party and the receiving… Read more »

Secretary of State SOS Colorado Business Filings

Starting a business in Colorado has certain filing requirements with the Colorado SOS (Secretary of State). Depending on the type of business, you must make sure that you follow the basic legal requirements. Failure to do so will mean that your business is non-compliant. This could mean exposure to personal… Read more »

Avoid Costly Mistakes With Colorado Age Discrimination Laws

Employers suspected of violating Colorado age discrimination law must make sure that they are not treating job applicants or employees less favorable solely because of their age. Without the right employment policies in place, Colorado employers can face severe penalties including large jury verdicts during litigation and EEOC investigations. Age Discrimination… Read more »

What is a Business Partnership?

A partnership in business is the relationship formed between two or more persons who carry on a business or trade for a profit. A complete definition of a partnership agreement is determined on a state by state basis within the state statutes. Regardless of whether you have a business partnership agreement in place,… Read more »

What Is Business Law?

The legal analysis of Business law includes regulatory and statutory guidelines to which owners must comply. For example, under Colorado business laws include regulations that govern limited liability companies, business partnerships and more.   If you are operating a commercial business that includes the sale of goods, understanding the basic principles of… Read more »

Commercial Litigation – Ten Commandments for CEO’s

When it comes to commercial litigation, as a CEO and business owner, you often think that being able to call an attorney gives you a piece of mind to sleep at night. Although there is some comfort and truth to this, the question really becomes what can you do now so… Read more »

Discrimination in the Workplace For Employers & Government Contractors

Discrimination in the Workplace — Practices to Avoid When it comes to employer discrimination in the workplace, government contractors are subjected to strict compliance with workplace discrimination laws. Your contract contains specific statutory language to that effect. Therefore, especially for larger contractors, you must ensure that your supervisors are familiar with the laws… Read more »

Hostile Work Environment

As a Colorado employer in you must be aware of hostile work environment law and develop the requisite policies that lower the impact of any EEOC investigations.  Always evaluate your company’s work environment at least on an annual basis. Failure to do so could trigger an EEOC investigation and ultimately an expensive lawsuit. What… Read more »