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A multi-chapter resource about why cybersecurity for your business and its data is so important, both for your business itself and because it is required by Colorado law.
How will the laws passed during the 2018 Colorado Legislative Session impact your business? Learn more about the laws that may be of interest to Colorado employers in this overview.
A multi-chapter resource about how the Colorado Supreme Court recently handed down two opinions on physician-patient privilege, and how this latest guidance may impact your litigation practice.
In a guest post by Scott Brawner, he lists several signs to look for when gauging whether to stay or to go when things get heated in another country– particularly as it relates to recent events in Nicaragua.
A multi-chapter resource about how disclosures and discovery can be a burden on small firms, but software like Adobe Acrobat Pro can save time and help you get the case organized for trial.
In this guest article by Dusty Rhodes, he examines projections about future support for nonprofits in 2018 and beyond. Most experts are predicting less giving overall—the debate is primarily “how much less.”
A multi-chapter resource about what should an organization say after someone is fired for sexual harassment or misconduct—within the organization, to outsiders, or to future employers.
A multi-chapter resource by Theresa Lynn Sidebotham, Esq. and Dr. Brent Lindquist about when and how an employer can require medical examinations if an employee has a mental health-related disability, and how the employer should approach this problem. A recent case gives some insight.
A multi-chapter resource which seeks to answer these questions: how much vacation time is standard, and what is legally required? What are vacation time traps to avoid? Learn more in these posts on Colorado’s laws.
This post highlights what has happened with the FLSA Overtime Rule since the court stopped the DOL from implementing the rule back in November 2016.