Legal Services for Savvy Businesses in Colorado

How to Not Bankrupt Your Employees with Equity Awards

How to Not Bankrupt Your Employees with Equity Awards

From startups to major corporations, equity awards can be a great way to attract and maintain a talented workforce. There are a variety of ways a company can transfer partial ownership to its employees—but not every way is equal. In fact, some equity transfers can actually end up being very costly for employees, if not […]

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To Sue or Not to Sue?

to sue or not to sue

Our litigation clients range from pushing for litigation to tactfully trying to avoid it. But there is one thing they all have in common: they’d rather not have to deal with the situation that has brought them to litigation. Litigation is a bit like an adult version of a grade school fight—if you can walk […]

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The Right Way to Buy a Business

The Right Way to Buy a Business

Some new entrepreneurs seek to jump start sales by buying an already-existing business. Some established businesses attempt to streamline their expansion by doing the same. If you’re considering buying a business, understand this is likely to be one of the largest purchases you, and your company, will ever make. Each business and industry is different. […]

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Why Your Kickstarter Project Should Form a Limited Liability Company

Kickstarter alone has led to almost 3 billion dollars of funding to nearly 120,000 projects. Crowdsourcing has become a viable alternative to traditional funding sources, whether the focus is launching a specific project or building a business. The success stories of crowdsourced funding are as varied as the projects funded. However, the lessons from failed […]

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Five Reasons NOT to Form Your Startup As an LLC

There are plenty of savvy startup experts who will tell you that there is absolutely no reason to form your startup as an LLC. You should always be a Delaware C Corporation. If you talk to any of the major accelerators, that’s what they’ll tell you. Same for most VCs. But make no mistake, there […]

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Announcing Our New Deluxe Startup Package!

Most traditional law firms charge between $2,500 and $10,000 JUST to form your business and to provide you the basic incorporation documents. What if I told you at Colorado Startup Lawyer, you could get a top-quality, experienced attorney with an elite pedigree to form your business and provide you with all of those same documents […]

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