Colorado Employer EEOC Position Statement Rebuttal Letter

When an employee files an EEOC complaint that alleges discrimination, Colorado businesses should immediately file an employer EEOC position statement rebuttal. This response to a charge of discrimination is very important. When your employee files a complaint with the Colorado EEOC, it can investigate you to determine whether there is… Read more »

Novation Agreement FAR 42.1204 Clause :: Novation vs Assignment

Novating a contract that involves a federal government contract can be painless so long as buyers and sellers of businesses understand how the process works. In addition, before committing to a future sale or purchase of a business, understand the difference between a novation vs assignment. All should be aware… Read more »

Asset Purchase Agreement & Government Contract Novations

As a government contractor, or company seeking to buy a business where federal contracts are involved, you must consider the various implications you face given the federal regulations governing novation law and the sale of a business and assignment of contract issues. There are various legal nuances involved with assignment and… Read more »

Civilian Board of Contract Appeals CDA Claims 41 USC 7101 – 7109

Choosing the right forum and framing your appeals case correctly can save you thousands in unnecessary litigation costs. When a contracting officer denies a claim under the Contract Disputes Act, filing an appeal to the Civilian Board of Contract Appeals (CBCA) would be the next step. Not all claims appeal cases against… 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 »

Colorado Limited Liability Company Act Basics

Understanding the Legal Nuances of the Colorado LLC Act Can Minimize Headaches and Costly Legal Mistakes With Colorado LLC Laws. Many start-up companies in Colorado elect the LLC business entity. However, failure to follow the basic statutory requirements can expose business owners to personal liability. Although easy to  start an… Read more »

Colorado Limited Liability Company Act Tips for Compliance

The Colorado Limited Liability Company Act has a wealth of information related to operating LLC’s. However, the following are only but a few of the basics that business owners should know. Without proper formation or compliance with the Colorado LLC Act, your personal assets can be exposed to creditors There… Read more »

Colorado Limited Liability Company Operating Agreement

Avoid Costly Legal Mistakes When Drafting Your Colorado Limited Liability Operating Agreement  What is an Operating Agreement A limited liability company operating agreement helps business owners to form the company with documentation about the business relationships between the partners. Without it, many business owners find themselves involved in costly litigation… Read more »

LLC vs Corporation – What Does LLC Stand for in Business Terms?

Knowing the Differences between a Limited Liability Company LLC vs Corporation Can Mean Less Liability When You Comply with the Rules. When forming a new business, you might wonder what is the difference between a limited liability company, LLC vs Corporation. What does LLC stand for in business terms? In… Read more »