UPDATED: 03.31 COVID-19 State Orders

Updated: 03.31.20 COVID-19 STATE ORDERS As the nation continues to see more issued orders, employers need to stay appraised of whether they are essential or non-essential in the states in which they operate. Alabama - Louisiana California  Colorado Delaware...

UPDATED: COVID-19 IRS Tax Filing Relief: 90-Day Automatic Extension

On Saturday March 21, 2020, the Treasury Department and IRS issued Notice 2020-18, which extended the filing deadline for federal income taxes to July 15, 2020. This extension for filing is also automatic and taxpayers need not have to file for an extension on their...

COVID-19 IRS Tax Payment Relief: 90-Day Automatic Extension

On Wednesday March 18, the Internal Revenue Service (“IRS”) released guidance regarding an automatic 90-day extension for federal tax payments via Notice 2020-17. The previous due date for making federal tax payments of April 15, 2020, has been moved instead to July...

Does Your Business Interruption Insurance Cover COVID-19?

Many businesses that purchased commercial insurance policies may be wondering if they are covered for interruptions resulting from forced and voluntary closures as a result of COVID-19. Commercial insurance policies frequently include business interruption coverage...

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...