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SEC UPDATES DEFINITION OF ACCREDITED INVESTOR

On August 26, 2020, the Securities and Exchange Commission (“SEC”) issued a press release indicating that it had adopted amendments to the definition of “accredited investor.” The amendments, among other things, added to the list of individuals who qualify as accredited investors, holders in good standing of a Series 7, Series 65, or Series 82 […]

Advantages of Forming an LLC

When people think of forming a business, they often think that their options consist of forming a corporation or going it alone as a solo proprietor. There is a middle ground in the world of business entities that is often overlooked when people are deciding what kind of entity to create – the limited liability […]

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 […]

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 […]

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 […]

Denver Startup Week 2019 Speed Legal session

We need your vote by May 20th – Denver Startup Week – BB

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 […]

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 […]

Non-Compete Agreements – When are they Enforceable?

As a business owner, you’d probably like to limit your former employees from taking the skills, information and “know how” learned at your company to a competitor. You may be able to accomplish this feat by having them sign a non-compete agreement or restrictive covenant during the hiring process— but beware! Colorado law is quite […]

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