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Camping Ban on Public Real Estate Constitutional, Judge Rules

Many cities struggle with the issue of homelessness. Denver is no exception. In an effort to move individuals camping on public real estate to shelters, the Colorado town passed a bylaw banning camping on public property. The law, which has been called into question for its constitutionality, has recently been ruled as constitutional by a Denver District Court judge.

What are Common Risks of Forming a Business Partnership?

Forming a business is a big step. For many people, going it alone is too scary of a concept and, therefore, may prompt them to bring in a partner. While going into business with your best friend, peer or significant other may sound like a wonderful idea, the truth is you may not be able to count on that relationship if, and when, times get tough.

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.

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.

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.

Responding to suspected wrongful termination in Colorado

There are many thousands of people who show up to their jobs in Colorado and complete their work-related tasks. Most of these workers are ethical, trustworthy and hardworking. Some of these people may be surprised that despite their efforts, they are terminated from their positions, making them question whether they were the victim of wrongful termination. 

Is data access a liability to your business?

More and more people are shopping online and handling many aspects of their business online. That makes for a lot of customer data floating around out there in cyberspace. It also causes a lot of bad actors to use phishing scams and other devious tricks to breach the systems and steal the data for nefarious purposes.

Why should spouses handle business finances together?

Business owners can often control the income range of the business. Aggressive marketing can pull in more money, while a pause in marketing could keep the revenue consistent. For most married couples who own a business, making sure that it is successful is a priority. But, this could change when one party decides that the marriage is over.

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