When dealing in securities, questions will, at some point, arise over the cause of investment losses. It happens. If there is a concern that the losses resulted from actions not related to standard market fluctuations, legal action may be taken against the party or parties responsible. Securities litigation is not easy or inexpensive to get through. Do Colorado residents have an alternative to litigation when faced with a securities problem?
Colorado's new law rewrites the regulatory guidelines for the state's oil and gas resources. Senate Bill 181 grants local communities more power over neighboring developments and mandates the formation of a full-time regulatory council. Fans have argued the law will lead to some of the most impactful reform in decades.
Both individuals and business owners have increasing concerns about protecting the planet. And debates continue over which form of renewable energy is best. While solar technology has gained popularity throughout the United States, not everyone embraces its use.
Buying a home is supposed to be exciting. It is a big move, one that takes some Colorado residents a lot of years to make. When they finally do, they expect the home to be in good repair -- particularly new construction homes. When construction defects are found, it can be maddening. What's worse, it may require construction litigation to get the defects fixed.
When you started your family business, you likely started it as a sole proprietorship. But that doesn’t mean you worked at it and grew it all by yourself. You probably hired employees, expanded the business and maybe even brought in your children to have them help out.