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August 2020 Archives

Data Modernization takes Aim at Serious Accident Prevention

With regards to impaired driving prevention efforts, data can often make a difference. Knowing where, when and how a serious accident is more likely to occur can make a big difference for law enforcement, regulators and the public.

Drunk Driving Causes an Accident in Colorado

No one is immune from being a victim of a drunk driving accident, since even the most seemingly trustworthy people can engage in drunk driving. Early on Saturday, August 8, 2020, a detention officer based in Colorado was arrested on drunk driving charges. 

Colorado Introduces New Paid Time Off Business Law

As a business owner, it's important to always stay on top of legislative or regulatory changes that may affect one's business. Recently, Colorado introduced a new business law requiring paid time off for all employees in the state. News outlets have been reporting recently on the response business owners have had to the new law.

How Does Divorce Impact Children?

Almost all divorces lead to an emotionally turbulent time not just for the spouses involved, but for their children and other loved ones. If you have children who are under the age of 18, it's likely that your top priority is their emotional well-being during this transition period.

Should Businesses Worry About Getting an A+ BBB Rating?

The internet is a very valuable tool for businesses, but it can also do damage to your reputation and revenue quickly. Online brand reputation management has developed into a full-fledged industry of their own, with some companies paying outside specialist businesses hundreds or thousands of dollars to challenge or correct negative reviews and ratings they have previously received.

Divorced Parents Must Consider New Education-Related Child Support Costs

School is more expensive than ever. Even for parents whose young children go to free public institutions. The Denver Post, back in 2013, wrote about the rise of "mandatory fees." These are costs a school may pass on to parents for things like advanced placement courses, transportation and certain text books.

Can a Business Sue Customers Who Leave Negative Reviews Online?

Your business is important to you, and the fact that people have been leaving negative reviews on your website is infuriating. Half of the people writing reviews are people you've never offered services to or seen in your office.

Serious Accident Leaves Construction Worker Injured

Dangerous driving behaviors, such as driving under the influence of drugs or alcohol, can cause a wide range of negative outcomes. Often these serious accidents involve two vehicles colliding.

Can Colorado Homeowner Associations Ban Marijuana?

With the legalization of the recreational use of marijuana in Colorado, there are new legal concerns that may arise. One of these is how homeowner associations can monitor and control the use and growth of marijuana in their neighborhoods. Individuals on both sides of the issue may be unsure of where the rights of the homeowner end, and the authority of the HOA begins when it comes to the issue of recreational marijuana.

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