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PPP Loans — A Stampede and Snags for Small Business

A poll released by the U.S. Chamber of Commerce, found that 24 percent of small businesses say, that without near immediate financial assistance, they will have to close permanently within two months — becoming economic victims of the coronavirus pandemic. Last month, the $2 trillion+ CARES Act appeared to throw those businesses a lifeline, with […]

POA is a Useful Tool in an Emergency

The rapidly evolving health and economic emergency related to the spread of COVID-19, will inevitably lead to “emergency” legal issues caused by this global pandemic. When we think of estate documents, we tend to think about wills and trusts. We want our loved ones to get as much of an estate as possible — without […]

CORONAVIRUS — PRACTICAL SUGGESTIONS FOR BUSINESSES AND EMPLOYERS

CORONAVIRUS — PRACTICAL SUGGESTIONS FOR BUSINESSES AND EMPLOYERS First and foremost, our thoughts are with all of you and your loved ones and we hope you are staying healthy and safe.  In the last few weeks, the world has changed drastically, and we are all facing unprecedented circumstances and uncertain times. Balancing our personal concerns […]

David Ball of Ball & Barry Law named 2020 Colorado Super Lawyer

David R. Ball of Ball & Barry Law Selected as 2020 Colorado Super Lawyer

David R. Ball, Partner at Ball & Barry Law in Denver, has been selected to the 2020 Colorado Super Lawyers list. No more than five percent of the lawyers in the state are selected by Super Lawyers. David Ball was selected as a 2020 Super Lawyer for his business litigation practice. He represents a broad […]

SECURE Act New IRA Rules

COVID-19 Impact on Estate Planning: Overview and Action Steps to Address New SECURE Act Rules

SECURE Act Significant New IRA Rules: Overview and Action Steps to Change Your Estate Plan The Setting Every Community Up for Retirement Enhancement Act of 2019, called the “SECURE Act” makes significant changes to how IRAs and certain retirement benefits must be treated post-death. These changes are so significant all such plan holders should review […]

QRails Announces Acquisition of Healthcare Payments Company Rete+Pay

QRails, Inc., a financial technology company offering a sophisticated payments platform with integrated processing and program management services, today announced that it has completed the purchase of Rete+Pay, a provider of integrated electronic healthcare and insurance payments solutions.   Rete+Pay has an innovative payments solution which enables faster, more efficient and cost-effective management of settlement […]

BB to Present at Denver Startup Week 2019

Great News! Denver Startup Week chose our attorneys, Michael Barry and David Ball, to present at the 2019 event. This interactive program, scheduled for September 17, 2019, at noon, focuses on legal issues that arise when starting, growing and funding your business. Michael Barry will present on corporate and securities laws every company must understand […]

Rental Property Protections of an LLC

You May Want the Rental Property Protections of an LLC

Rental property can be a good investment, and that investment can benefit from protections of an LLC. Owning property and renting it out can be a good way to make money. It is also a relatively safe long term investment. Of course, owning and leasing out property means some degree of risk. Many people may […]

legal questions answered for startup businesses

Denver Startup Week 2019 Track Submission Voting is Open Until May 20, 2019. Vote to have this key legal track included.

SPEED LEGAL: Starting, Growing and Funding Your Business Click here to vote for Speed Legal! Founders face pivotal decisions in the early stage, from initial incorporation to HR, stock options, and IP strategies. Then, there’s funding, growth, and exit. The pitfalls are perilous if sound legal decisions aren’t made at the beginning. No matter where […]

A power of attorney specifies how vital areas of your affairs will be handled in case you are incapacitated.

A Power of Attorney is a Useful Tool in an Emergency

When we think of estate documents, we tend to think about wills and trusts. We want our loved ones to get as much of an estate as possible — without creditors, or the IRS, taking a huge chunk out of what we intend to leave for them. Using Powers of Attorney We do not often […]

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