DOES MY NEW LIMITED LIABILITY COMPANY NEED AN OPERATING AGREEMENT?

By: Tim Brynteson – Published in the BizWest Thought Leaders column in August 2021 An operating agreement is one of a Limited Liability Company’s most important documents.  Although most states don’t legally require an operating agreement, all LLC’s should have… Read More

ARE YOUR OIL & GAS ROYALTIES IN SUSPENSE?

By: James Godbold – Published in the BizWest Thought Leaders column in June 2021 Once an oil & gas well has been drilled and begins producing, Colorado has a statute requiring that oil & gas companies pay proceeds/royalties due to… Read More

Reduce Business Risk – Use an MSA

By: Danielle Palardy – Published in the BizWest Thought Leaders column in May 2021 Business owners are aware that detailed contracts are the best way to reduce risk in each transaction. However, for companies with quick customer turnover, frequent orders,… Read More

Restrictions on Foreclosures and Evictions Loosen

By: Lia Szasz – Published in the BizWest Thought Leaders column in March 2021. Private landlords and lenders’ hands were tied in initiating and prosecuting some legal actions against defaulting tenants and borrowers in Colorado for some or all of… Read More

New EPA Memorandum Gives States Further Incentive to Consider Clean Water Act Section 404 Program Assumption

By: John Kolanz – September 30th 2020 New EPA Memorandum Gives States Further Incentive to Consider Clean Water Act Section 404 Program Assumption Clockwise from top left:  Gunnison Sage-Grouse (threatened); Preble’s Meadow Jumping Mouse (threatened); Colorado Pikeminnow (endangered). A memorandum… Read More

The Use of Buy-Sell Agreements in Succession Planning

By: Corey Moore – Published in the BizWest Thought Leaders column in September 2020. If you are a business owner, do you know what will happen to your business in the event you pass away or become permanently disabled? Every… Read More

Easements: What’s Snow Got to Do With It?

By: Stacey Shea – Published in the BizWest Thought Leaders column in September 2020 It is increasingly common for property owners to divide their properties into two or more lots. While the resulting lots are owned by a single owner… Read More

Construction Business with Unpaid Invoices? Perfect your Lien

By: Danielle Palardy – Published in the BizWest Thought Leaders column in July 2020. The economic recession during COVID-19 has left many people struggling to pay their bills. How can you make sure your construction company gets paid for the… Read More

Force Majeure and the Covid-19 Crisis

By: James Godbold – Published in the BizWest Thought Leaders column in June 2020. We are living in unprecedented times. COVID-19 has impacted almost every aspect of our lives. For businesses, this is an especially difficult time to navigate given… Read More

Landlords & Mortgage Holders – Take Steps Now To Protect Yourselves

By: Stacey Shea – Published in the BizWest Thought Leaders column in May 2020. Commercial and residential landlords and mortgage holders are being faced with some tough decisions. It is important to start taking steps now to protect yourself and… Read More