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September 2018 Archives

Colorado sellers benefit from executing an acquisition agreement

When a small business in Colorado is being acquired by another business, one item that must be successfully executed is an acquisition agreement drawn up by the seller's attorney. This document protects the seller's interests as much as possible. There are numerous provisions an acquisition agreement should address.

Are non-compete agreements lawful in Colorado?

When a person in Colorado starts a new job, it can be an exciting time. However, after being hired or during the course of employment, a worker may be faced with signing a non-compete agreement, stating that the worker will not work for a competing business if they leave the employment of their current employer. This can be very limiting on a worker, and for this reason, Colorado law has addressed the issue of non-compete agreements.

Which small business structures shield owners from liability?

In a sole proprietorship or partnership, generally the owners of the business can be held personally liable for the debts and actions of the business. This is obviously not desirable to most small business owners in Denver. Fortunately, there are other ways to structure a small business that limits the business owner's personal liability for the debts and actions of the business.

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