Colorado’s Agricultural Equipment Right to Repair Law in Effect

Frederick (Freddy) J. Steimling

By: Frederick J. Steimling, Esq. March 1, 2024 On January 1, 2024, Colorado’s first-of-its-kind Right to Repair agricultural equipment law, the Consumer Repairs Bill of Rights Act (CRBR), went into effect. In short, the CRBR requires the original farm equipment manufacturer to provide owners and independent repair providers with resources including parts, embedded software, firmware, […]

Trademarks: Should I Register?

Derrick K. Galantowicz

By: Derrick K. Galantowicz, Esq. February 1, 2024 Whether it be a logo, slogan, or a brand name, trademarks are all around us. Many businesses reach a point in their lifecycle when they consider whether they should federally register their brand name or logo with the United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO). What is […]

Dissolution: The Inferior Default Exit Strategy

Lee J. Morehead

By: Lee J. Morehead, Esq. December 1, 2023 Dissolution of a business or company occurs either voluntarily or judicially. In the case of voluntary Dissolution, all owners must agree either to dissolve the entity or identify a triggering event that will cause Dissolution. To accomplish judicial Dissolution, the owner(s) seeking Dissolution must prove that it […]

Taking Advantage of the Estate and Gift Tax Exemption

Corey M. Moore

By: Corey W. Moore, Esq. November 1, 2023 The United States Internal Revenue Code, Subtitle B–Estate and Gift Taxes, provides every taxpayer with the ability to exempt a certain amount of assets from their estate.  The Estate and Gift Tax Exemption (“Exemption”) for a single individual in 2023 is $12.92 million, meaning an individual could […]

Are You Ready for the Corporate Transparency Act?

Timothy P. Brynteson

You may or may not have heard of the Corporate Transparency Act (CTA), a component of the Anti-Money Laundering Act of 2020, which takes effect January 1, 2024. This law is, at its heart, an anti-crime law intended to combat money laundering, terrorism financing, tax fraud, human trafficking, and other illicit activities. However, it will affect a […]

Are Verbal Agreements Enforceable in Colorado?

Lia Szasz

To the surprise of many non-lawyers, most verbal agreements are enforceable under Colorado law, subject to a few categorical exceptions. Generally, the formation of a binding contract requires only that the contracting parties reach a “meeting of the minds” about the sufficiently definite terms of their agreement, and that the agreement is supported by adequate […]

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