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August 2019 Archives

White collar criminal defense: Bounty hunter facing fraud charges

The Federal Bureau of Investigation was contacted by an employee of Verizon Wireless to look into the actions of a Colorado man who claimed to be a law enforcement officer wanting to help those on the brink of taking their own lives. According to reports, this individual was actually a bounty hunter wanting assistance finding people to bring in. Due to the statements he allegedly made to various mobile provider employees, he is now facing fraud charges.

If a complex civil litigation case did not go your way, appeal

Most lawsuits are settled without either side ever having to set foot in a courtroom. Why? It costs less for everyone to settle and move on as quickly as possible. Unfortunately, settlement agreements cannot always be reached, and some Colorado residents may find themselves taking their complex civil litigation cases to court. If doing so does not prove useful and the judge's call favors the opposing party, it may be possible to appeal the ruling. 

Intellectual property litigation: A bit about trade secrets

There are four basic types of intellectual property. In a previous post, this column addressed copyrights. This week, the topic will focus on trade secrets. A bit about intellectual property litigation and its benefit to Colorado business owners will also be discussed as well.

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