The US avoided a recession in 2023. What’s the outlook for 2024?

Next year is packed with potential shifts in the economy but many economists and investment analysts expect that the country will likely avoid a recession in 2024 even as growth slows in the first half of the year.

Expert: Mitigating Risk Along the Supply Chain

Supply chain issues grabbed headlines during the pandemic as questions continue to arise involving it.
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Real Estate Issues Arise for Cannabis Businesses

As recreational marijuana legalization continues to grow across the country, issues related to real estate and that type of business continue to pop up. 

Expert: Interest Rates Concerns Continue in M&A Space

As the economy comes out of the pandemic, questions remain about how quickly or slowly it will rebound.
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Cannabis Law Grows

It’s been about a decade since Colorado legalized marijuana for those 21 and over.
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Report: Colorado’s Unemployment Remains Low

Colorado’s unemployment rate remains below the national average for June.
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Report: Colorado Business Leaders Remain Pessimistic About Economy

Business leaders remain pessimistic ahead of the third quarter of 2023, according to the Leeds Business Confidence Index.

Ballard Spahr Forms Distressed Office Buildings Team

As vacancies remain high in the office space sector, a national law firm formed a team of attorneys focused on distressed office buildings. 

Economic Report: Job Growth Slows, Business Filings Increase in Colorado

A new report for the first quarter of 2023 indicates the labor market is slowing down in Colorado, while more people are filing to form businesses.

Expert Opinion: Multifamily and Commercial Real Estate Law Update

As the pandemic winds down and interest rates remain high, the Colorado real estate market is still in flux.