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Put simply, no other business law firm in Colorado provides the quality of legal work we do at our rates.
We’re Duke-educated attorneys with nearly 30 years of combined experience. We’ve sat across the table from CEOs of Fortune 500 companies. We’ve briefed the U.S. Supreme Court. We’ve helped a company raise $10 million in capital from one of the biggest names in Silicon Valley. We’ve worked on matters that were on the front page of the Wall Street Journal. We offer top-end expertise with down-to-earth prices to startups and small-to-mid-sized businesses. If that sounds like what your business needs, we invite you to learn more to see if McCarthy Garber Law is the right fit for you.
What We Are
Legal Services for Savvy Entrepreneurs in Colorado
McCarthy Garber Law helps startups and entrepreneurs who need legal or business guidance in forming, financing, and managing their company to become a success.
We guarantee quality, responsive service tailored to your needs.
Whether you’re launching the next Facebook or just looking to strike out on your own, we can help you get there.
What We Are Not
Colorado Business Lawyers, Without the BS
We believe what’s most interesting about a business is not what’s identical to every other business. It’s the things that one business does that others don’t.
If you want to know what’s essential and different about a business – you need to know the controversial positions they’re willing to take.
With that in mind, here are a few things about our firm:
One of my biggest pet peeves with lawyers is when I hear the expression, "there's a risk here." In life, there's always a risk. There's a risk to waking up in the morning and getting out of bed. There's a risk to walking your dog on the street. There's a risk to NOT...
Many people form LLCs or corporations to protect their personal assets. You don’t want to lose your car, your house, or your personal savings because a business venture didn’t work out. Forming an LLC or corporation gives you access to limited liability. But LLCs and...
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Most business owners and many lawyers underestimate the nuances of how state and local laws can affect the purchase or sale of business. While many of the laws and legal boilerplate that you might see in a purchase transaction will be consistent across state lines,...
I grew up in good living conditions, in suburban Denver. But my parents grew up in poor conditions in rural Ireland. And my grandparents grew up in very, very poor conditions in rural Ireland. My great-grandfather was beaten to death by the British army during the...
To the untrained eye, letters of intent may seem like the least important part of a business agreement. After all, they’re usually non-binding. And many people equate non-binding with inconsequential. But nothing could be further from the truth. In a deal where the...