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New Laws Impact Local Restaurants

As COVID-19 cases continue to stay relatively low, Colorado restaurants still face concerns including rising wages and staffing.
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Lathrop GPM’s New Denver Office is Embracing the Future of Work

The future of workplaces is changing, and Lathrop GPM’s new Denver office seeks to meet new employee needs and wants.

New Colorado Law Has Major Impact on Debt Collections and Hospital Bills

A new law recently passed by the Colorado General Assembly is having a major impact on how hospitals collect patient bills.

New Labor Laws, Guidance Has Major Impact on Colorado Employees and Employers

The Colorado General Assembly and Department of Labor and Employment are having a big year implementing new laws and guidance impacting many employers and employees.
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Colorado Lawyers on Growing Number of Federal Antitrust Cases

A massive antitrust case is an example of a growing trend in Colorado and across the country, according to local attorneys.
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Denver Attorneys Weigh in on Colorado Supreme Court Ruling Involving General Partnerships

Denver attorneys weigh in on a recent Colorado Supreme Court decision involving general partnerships.
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U.S. Supreme Court Ruling Connected With Airline Worker Leads to More Questions in Gig...

The U.S. Supreme Court sided with a ramp supervisor seeking overtime compensation from Southwest Airlines, bringing arbitration requirements into question for other gig jobs.
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As Noncompete Bill Heads to Governor’s Desk, Employers Should Review Notice Requirements, Pay Thresholds

The governor is expected to sign a bill limiting the use of noncompete agreements for workers earning less than six figures.
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EEOC Updates Guidance on Pandemic-Related Discrimination Against Caregivers

The EEOC released guidance on caregiver discrimination with pandemic-related examples of stereotypes and scenarios employers should avoid.
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Employers with Illegal Non-Competes Face New Criminal Penalties in March

In March, Colorado employers will be subject to new criminal penalties, including up to 120 days in jail, for illegal non-compete agreements.