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What to Look for in a Denver Business Lawyer: A Comprehensive Guide

Are you a business owner in Denver, Colorado? If so, you understand how crucial it is to have a competent and reliable attorney to navigate the legal system. But with so many choices available, how do you know which is best? Using this guide, you can find an attorney who can protect your interests and

Colorado Business Attorneys Help Settle Civil Disputes | Commercial Litigation

No one wants to be involved in a commercial litigation case, on either side, but sometimes, circumstances arise where it’s unavoidable. Whether you’re the plaintiff or the defendant, you’re going to want the experienced Colorado business attorneys of Schlueter, Maloney & Ross, P.C. working alongside you to bring the matter to a fair and expedient

How To Establish And Maintain Your Board Of Directors

If you’re incorporating a business in Colorado, corporate attorneys will advise you on how best to set up a Board of Directors (BoD) in compliance with state and federal corporate law. It’s important to not that reporting requirements are different for for-profit corporations and non-profits. Setting up your BoD correctly in the first place, and

Starting A New Business: What Type Of Business Entity Is Right For You?

When you start a new business, one of the first big decisions you’ll need to make is what type of business entity will suit your company best. The most common business structures are sole proprietorship, partnership, and various corporation types; each has its own set of benefits and limitations in terms of tax and business

How The Definition Of “Collapse” Can Affect Property Insurance Coverage

One little word can have a huge impact on how a property insurance claim gets filed and whether or not a claim gets paid. “Collapse” is one such word. The term is open to interpretation in legal cases where the question comes down to whether or not the actual collapse of a building is required

Difference between Statute of Limitations and Statute of Repose

Anyone who has been involved in an accident has no doubt heard reference to the Statute of Limitations. That’s the time limit during which an injured party must bring suit or they forfeit their chance to do so forever. But there’s another time limit that is, in some cases, even more important – the Statute

Property Insurance Coverage Law In Colorado

The Homeowners Insurance Reform Act was passed by the Colorado Legislature in 2013 and enacted on January 1, 2014. This Act was a direct result of the many catastrophic wildfires that the state had seen in recent years. The devastation these fires caused was widespread and far-reaching and uncovered a hard truth: many Colorado homeowners

When Is The Insurer’s Duty To Defend Triggered? When Is It Not?

Most business owners purchase insurance with the expectation that they will be protected from financial loss if property is damaged or they are sued for some reason. But along with this practical protection comes another protection – the insurer’s duty to defend the policyholder in a lawsuit. An insurance policy’s liability protections cover two things:

Understanding Insurance Claim Denials And Policy Refusals

Perhaps you’ve heard the horror stories of dutiful insurance policyholders who pay their premiums but are denied coverage once they try to make a claim. To make matters worse, they then find themselves declined when it comes time to renew their policy! Can it happen? You bet it can…and it does happen more often than

How To Ensure The Insurance Coverage You Have Is The Insurance Coverage You Need

Business insurance is supposed to protect you from the financial risks of doing business by shielding you from unexpected costs associated with losses. There is coverage to protect you from just about every eventuality, but just because that coverage is available doesn’t mean it is part of the policy you purchased. It’s not unheard of

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