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October 2019 Archives

Colorado securities litigation: Accused of or victim of churning?

Securities is a risky business for Colorado residents to be involved in -- regardless if one is a broker or portfolio manager in charge of trading or a client who is trying to meet certain investment goals. A number of things can go wrong; being accused of or being a victim of churning is just one of them. No matter what side of the fence one sits in a securities litigation case involving churning, legal counsel can help one achieve the best outcome possible.

What can be learned from the Chrisley tax evasion case?

Tax crimes can have severe consequences. If one is successfully convicted of tax evasion, for example, the fines can be outrageous, and the probation and/or time behind bars can affect one's life in many ways. Colorado residents who are facing accusations of tax evasion can help themselves by having legal counsel at their sides to help them through it. The Chrisley tax evasion case is a good example of how fighting for oneself can prove beneficial.

Protecting businesses during a minimum wage increase

Colorado is one of several states fighting for a minimum wage increase. And starting in January of 2020, cities in the state will be able to set their own minimum wage requirements. The new standards have sparked concern for Colorado businesses as they worry about how they will adapt to these new changes. When the minimum wage goes up, business owners may need to reevaluate their current processes to keep their stores and companies running.

When a home seller fails to disclose a mold issue

Whether you recently bought a house in Colorado or you've been in your new home for some time now, you made the purchase believing the property was in good shape. It is a significant investment, after all, so you should know what you are getting, which is why homeowners are required to disclose certain problems if they exist. Unfortunately, since moving in, you have discovered a mold issue about which the previous owner failed to tell you. What can you do about it?

What electrical issues are often seen in homes?

Buying a home is supposed to be an exciting thing. It does not matter if one is purchasing an existing home or building one from the ground up; the final product should be of good quality and free from defects. Unfortunately, some Colorado residents may find that their new homes are not defect-free. One problem often seen in residential buildings is electrical issues. Here are just a few of the most common.

Fashion’s ties to the law

Virtually everyone has a favorite clothing brand or preferred style. You might choose your clothes because they give you confidence, make you appear wealthy or are comfortable.

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