Opinion

Disposition of Final Remains: New Choices in Estate Planning

Carolyn Duncan of Duncan Legal and Jamie Sarche of Feldman Mortuary explain the laws and legal options around disposition of final remains in Colorado.

Digital Asset Executive Order Opens Door for Responsible Development and Regulation of Blockchain Technology

KO Law Firm attorney Logan DeSouza explains how a recent executive order on blockchain tech and digital assets may impact Coloradans and future state and federal regulations.

Family Law: The Impact of Remote Mediation in the COVID-19 Era

BAM Family Law co-founder and mediator Margot Alicks discusses the benefits and tribulations of remote mediation for the practice area.

With Covid-19 Vaccination Disputes on the Rise for Divorced Parents, Courts Forced To Step...

Sherman & Howard's Kelly Robinson and Madeleine Sheahan discuss the history of court intervention on family law disputes involving vaccines.

The Role and Benefits of a Corporate Trustee

Eunice Kim of BNY Mellon Wealth Management explains the role, benefits and best practices for selecting a corporate trustee.

2022 Legislative Preview – Spending Federal Funds to Rule Agenda and November Elections Will...

Sarah Mercer, a shareholder at Brownstein, gives a 2022 legislative preview at the start of the second regular session of the 73rd General Assembly.

Changes In Attorney Career Growth

Synytska of Lawrina asserts that law firms can improve the skills of their employees by being proactive about mentorship opportunities and providing e-learning.

The New Corporate Transparency Act – What All Business Owners Need to Know

On Jan. 1, 2022, the Financial Crimes Enforcement Network of the U.S. Department of the Treasury will require all entities registered to do business in the U.S. to submit a report identifying the company’s applicants and beneficial owners or face penalties.
Christopher Ligori

How Long Does a Car Settlement Take?

If you need to file a claim after a car accident — knowing how long it may take can help you plan accordingly.
Caleena Braig

Preparing to Meet OSHA’s EST Rulings Pending Court Ruling on Constitutionality

On Nov. 4, OSHA issued an Emergency Temporary Standard requiring qualifying employers to either require workers to get the COVID-19 vaccine or require weekly testing and face coverings.