The Colorado Credit Agreement Act

A Potent Tool for Banks, Financial Institutions, and Debtors For institutional lenders, dealing with debtors who are attempting to avoid their financial obligations can be time consuming and expensive.  Common theories asserted by debtors challenging financial...

Non – Competition Agreements: Issues with Enforcement and Validity

Selecting, hiring, and training key employees requires a significant investment of time and resources. To protect that investment, many Colorado businesses require their employees to sign non-compete agreements as a condition to employment. Before doing so, there are...

Starting a Business? A few tips every entrepreneur should know…

Starting a business is an exciting time for an entrepreneur. But with all of the promise, passion, and excitement involved, it’s easy to lose track of some fundamental issues that need to be addressed. Founder Alignment If you are taking on a business partner, it is...

Successor Liability under Colorado Law A trap for the Unwary

As a general rule, where a  corporation acquires the assets of another corporation, the acquiring corporation does not become liable for target’s debts.  Bd. of Cty. Comm’ns v. Park Cty. Sportsmen’s Ranch, LLP, 271 P.3d 562, 572-73 (Colo....