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Colorado Executive Employment Dispute Lawyers

Apr 24, 2024

“We’ve decided to take the company in a new direction and your ideas no longer fit with our vision. Your last day will need to be today...

Purchasing a Colorado Business – Our Business Lawyers Discuss the Top 10 Mistakes Buyers Make

Apr 24, 2024

Learn how to eliminate some of the risks of purchasing a business by avoiding these 10 mistakes.

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Must-Knows About Colorado Business Broker Agreements

Apr 24, 2024

Business brokers are a tremendous asset in the sale of your business. Just pay attention to the finder agreement and the legal ramifica...

Non-Compete Agreements & Non-Disclosure Agreements Can Protect Your Business

Apr 24, 2024

Owning and operating a profitable business requires a hefty investment of both time and money. Unfortunately, employees, partners, and ...

From Our Perspective: Subcontractor Not Paid For Work

Aug 10, 2023

“From Our Perspective” provides unique insight from some of Robinson & Henry’s most experienced attorneys. In this video series, we...

From Our Perspective: Business Partners Battle Over Restaurant

Jul 27, 2023

Our knowledgeable attorneys give their unique insight in our video series “From Our Perspective,” which takes a closer look at cases wo...

FAQ: What should I include in my Colorado construction contract?

May 2, 2023

A construction contract lays out each party’s obligations and rights on a project. Contracts may vary in length and content, but certai...

What are the 2022 law updates that Colorado contractors need to know?

Jan 16, 2023

The Colorado legal landscape is ever-evolving, which means it’s crucial to stay up to date if you do business in the Centennial S...

Shareholder Oppression: Understand Your Rights

Oct 25, 2022

Officers and directors of a corporation must act in the best interest of ALL of its shareholders. Know your rights.

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The Implied Duty of Good Faith and Fair Dealing

Jun 21, 2022

When you enter a business relationship with another party, you draw up one or more contracts to outline and regulate that partnership. ...

How an Attorney Successfully Defends a Deposition

May 6, 2022

During a deposition, presenting a defense is as important as it will be during the trial. Everything you say will be recorded by a cour...

EEOC Complaints: What Business Owners and Employees Should Know

Feb 10, 2022

Imagine this: A newly hired employee comes into work and casually mentions to another staff member that she is six months pregnant. The...

Employee Theft and Civil Damages

Feb 8, 2022

Many Colorado employers put the company’s finances into their employees’ hands. In most cases, this trust is well-placed. H...

How Far Can My LLC Go to Protect Me from Personal Liability?

Jan 20, 2022

When you form a limited liability company, you are protected from personal liability if, say, someone sues your business. But how far d...

Online Defamation and Your Business

Nov 29, 2021

“The right of a man to the protection of his own reputation from unjustified invasion and wrongful hurt reflects no more than the basic...

Find Out Which Licenses and Permits Your Colorado Business Needs

Sep 9, 2021

Obtaining and maintaining complete government licensing, permitting or approval is tricky. Learn more about what’s involved.

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When An Employee Steals Your Trade Secrets: How a Lawyer Can Help

Sep 7, 2021

Employees inevitably gain access to valuable trade secrets during their time working for a company. But what happens when they move on?...

What Should be in Your Franchise Agreement

Jul 21, 2021

Operating a franchise business can be an exciting and lucrative opportunity. If you’re considering opening a franchise, Litigatio...

How to Enforce Your Trademark

Jun 15, 2021

Your small business is your livelihood. Your customers know your business by its name and logo. So when your business’ name and l...

Will Your LLC Protect You in a Lawsuit?

May 4, 2021

Nobody welcomes a lawsuit, but business owners have additional concerns as they need to protect their personal assets. Many business ow...

Why You Should Trademark Your Business’ Name

Mar 25, 2021

If you own a business, you may want to think about trademarking its name. This article will discuss the benefits of a trademark and whi...

When Your LLC May Not Protect Your Personal Assets

Feb 8, 2021

Creating a limited liability company for your business can protect your personal assets if something goes awry with your company. Howev...

Forgivable SBA Loans & What to do if Forgiveness is Denied

Apr 7, 2020

Your small business may be eligible for a forgivable SBA loan. If you don’t exactly follow the loan’s guidelines, you could...

Can I Layoff My Employees Because of The Coronavirus

Mar 16, 2020

If you are a small business owner, you are likely facing a tough economic outlook and the possible need to reduce your workforce rapidl...

How the new FMLA and Paid Sick Time Law Will Impact You

Mar 14, 2020

Robinson & Henry is dedicated to helping employers and employees through this turbulent time of COVID-19 and looming economic crisi...

What to Look for in a Great Civil Trial Lawyer

May 30, 2019

When you’re faced with a civil lawsuit that’s headed to trial, it’s important to find a lawyer who has experience arg...

Our Tax Lawyers’ Guide for Colorado Small Business Tax Planning & Preparation Strategies: Don’t Just Survive, Flourish

Feb 11, 2019

 A Tax Attorney Can Provide Tactics to Help Your Company Pay Less Taxes Payroll, human resources, marketing, customer service… T...

Colorado Labor & Engagement Lawyer

Dec 6, 2018

Are you an employer with a human resource problem? We can help. Our employment lawyers handle all types of employment issues from emplo...

What is Copyright Infringement and How to Handle It?

Nov 6, 2018

Colorado Copyright Lawyer Discusses How to Handle a Copyright Violations You’ve labored over your creative work, then someone com...

How to Get Government Contract Work as a Small Business Owner

Oct 24, 2018

Federal, state, and local governments offer small businesses with contracts to provide billions of dollars of goods and services each y...

In this Article, our Business Attorneys Discuss Buying, Selling or Expanding a Business in Colorado

Oct 22, 2018

Buying, selling, or expanding your business is a complex transaction, and a well-managed acquisition or sale can make the difference be...

Should I File a Lawsuit?

Aug 29, 2018

If you are considering civil litigation, this guide will help you evaluate if you have a viable case.

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Commercial Leases in Colorado: 20 Things You Should Know

Aug 28, 2018

Commercial leases are often long and complex documents. It’s important to know what you are getting into before signing.

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How a Litigation Attorney Can Help You

Aug 27, 2018

You open your door and the next thing you know someone is handing you a summons and complaint. You’re being sued! What should you do no...

My Business Has Been Sued. What Now?

Aug 27, 2018

The complaint arrives on your desk and your mind begins reeling. Your business is being sued. What you do in the next 24 hours is criti...

How a Corporate & Business Attorney Can Help You

Aug 25, 2018

Starting, operating, or dissolving a business in Colorado can be complicated. Seemingly simple decisions you make about your business c...

How a Colorado Start Up Attorney Can Help As You Start Your Business

Aug 25, 2018

Starting your own business can be complex. We can help.

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Colorado Anti-Discrimination Act & Your Business

Aug 25, 2018

Don’t leave yourself open to discrimination lawsuits. Take time to understand the law.

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Seven Steps to Successfully Investigate a Colorado Workplace Problem Without Creating a Bigger One

Aug 25, 2018

Learn how to handle employee investigations

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EEOC Complaints: Tips for Colorado Businesses

Aug 25, 2018

An employee complained about your company to the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC). Now what?

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Colorado Franchise Lawyers Insights: Four Things To Know Before You Franchise Your Colorado Business

Aug 25, 2018

Franchising your business and meeting the FTC’s requirements can be daunting. Learn how you be successful.

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Domain Name Disputes & Cybersquatting

Aug 25, 2018

Find out what to do if you need to file a domain name dispute or you have been accused of cybersquatting.

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Resolving Partnership & Shareholder Disputes

Aug 25, 2018

Learn about the options you can pursue to resolve a dispute between you and your partner or shareholders.

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Colorado Seller Financing: Seller Carry Done Right

Aug 25, 2018

Learn more about seller financing, and why it might be necessary or advantageous to carry all or a part of the purchase price when sell...

Colorado Asset Purchase Agreement Attorney

Aug 25, 2018

Learn about asset purchase agreements, and how they might help – or hurt – you.

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Letters Of Intent: The Purpose & The Pitfalls

Aug 25, 2018

A letter of intent if often created when buying and selling a business. Learn how to avoid common mistakes when creating one.

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Key Considerations In Selling Your Colorado Business

Aug 24, 2018

Are you ready to sell your business? Learn more about the process.

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Our Colorado Business Attorneys Discuss Buying Colorado A Business

Aug 24, 2018

As anyone who’s ever gone through it will tell you, buying a Colorado business is much more involved than your average high-ticket purc...

Confidentiality Agreements & How To Protect Your Business

Aug 24, 2018

Waiting until someone breaches a business’s confidence can be too late. Put a confidentiality agreement in place and protect your busin...

Colorado Non-Compete Lawyer Discusses Common Questions About Noncompete Agreements

Aug 24, 2018

Learn how noncompete agreements in work in Colorado.

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How a Colorado Contractor Business Representation Lawyer Can Help You

Aug 24, 2018

Resources for subcontractors, materials suppliers and general contractors to answer your legal questions and offer legal support throug...

Choosing A Colorado Commercial Real Estate Attorney

Aug 15, 2018

>Whether you are a property owner wanting to lease a building or a business owner seeking to secure a location from which to operate...

Do You Have A Case?

Aug 13, 2018

Litigation is complex and unpredictable. Consult an attorney before filing a lawsuit.

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Colorado Commercial Evictions: Things Every Commercial Landlord and Tenant Should Know

Aug 10, 2018

Learn why a strong and effective lease is critical and when you might need to evict a problem tenant.

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Contractor’s Guide to Mechanic’s Liens in Colorado

Jul 31, 2018

You have one chance to record and foreclose on a mechanics lien. Get it right. Hire a professional to help you.

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Breach of Contract: Making and Breaking Deals

Jul 31, 2018

This guide provides an overview of breach of contract and possible remedies. But, contracts are complex. We can help.

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Breach of Fiduciary Duty: They Can’t Do That!

Jul 31, 2018

A business partner, corporate board, banker or attorney your trust has let you down. Is this a breach of fiduciary duty or not?

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How to Deal With a Fraudulent or Incorrect 1099

Jul 20, 2018

If you received a fraudulent or incorrect 1099, this article is for you.

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The Colorado Sales Tax Audit Guide by Our Audit Defense Attorneys

Jul 20, 2018

Don’t let an overreaching city government treat you unfairly. Learn about your options.

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Colorado Unemployment Lawyer Discusses How To Fight an Unemployment Audit

Jul 20, 2018

Learn what to do when you recieve a letter from CDOR.

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Our Tax Attorney’s Complete Guide To Fighting An IRS Audit

Jul 20, 2018

Learn what happens in an IRS Audit.

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What To Do If You Misclassified An Employee

Jul 19, 2018

Find out how to deal with independent contractor misclassifications.

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Our Employment Tax Attorneys Discuss How To Deal With Employment Tax Problems Such as 941 and 940 Tax Problems.

Jul 19, 2018

Learn learn what to do when you owe employment tax.

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Tax Cuts & Jobs Act – How The New Tax Bill Affects Businesses

Jan 5, 2018

The new tax bill – Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (H.R.1) – is the most significant overhaul of the tax code within the last 30 years. Arguably,...

Staying Tax Compliant : Top 3 Must-Do’s for Colorado Contractors

Oct 20, 2017

Tax compliance is usually not the first thing on a contractor’s mind. However, despite the complications of following state and federal...

Colorado Contractors: Tips for Dealing With a Dissatisfied Client

Oct 20, 2017

Contractors know that run-ins with displeased customers are part and parcel of the job. Especially in Colorado today, client dissatisfa...

Colorado Contractors: Are your Hiring Practices DOL Compliant?

Oct 20, 2017

Did you know? All employers in Colorado must report new hires to the State Directory of New Hires within 20 days of the date of hire. T...

Our Colorado Tax Planning Attorneys Discuss The Tax Secret that can Save Your Small Business Money

Sep 15, 2017

Small business owners know all too well the value of every penny and that they must constantly look for ways to maximize profit to ensu...

Getting Paid: Our Contractor Attorneys Discuss 4 Legal Tools for Contractors to get Paid in Colorado

Sep 14, 2017

Our Colorado Collection Attorney discusses how Contractors can get paid. Deadbeat, moocher, leech; there are many names a contractor ha...