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CU Accelerator Brings Startup Mindset to Government

CU Accelerator Brings Startup Mindset to Government

Governmental leadership program connects CU students and business mentors on local problems By Sarah Green LAW WEEK COLORADO In the wake of innovative accelerators for entrepreneurial startups, the Silicon Flatirons Center for Law, Technology and Entrepreneurship at the University of Colorado has launched an accelerator program that is one of a kind. In partnership with […]

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Growing Business Reflected in Denver Real Estate

Growing Business Reflected in Denver Real Estate

Vacancies and rents show steady growth in local economy By Tony Flesor LAW WEEK COLORADO The three rules of real restate success are location, location, location. And Colorado is proving to be a good place to be. With commercial real estate as a tool to track Colorado’s business community, the state’s economy seems to be […]

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Legal Lasso: Brexit and Camexit Edition

Legal Lasso: Brexit and Camexit Edition

Editor’s Note: Stay on top of this news story and the rest of our daily legal news by liking Law Week Colorado on Facebook and following us on Twitter! COMPILED BY LAW WEEK COLORADO’S NEWS STAFF The Brits have spoken, and the United Kingdom will officially leave the European Union. Also leaving is British Prime Minister […]

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The Right Price for a Co-Pilot

The Right Price for a Co-Pilot

For cash-strapped startups, lawyers offer a diverse set of fee arrangements for their services — from fixed prices to equity deals with ethical implications By Hannah Garcia LAW WEEK COLORADO In a state where entrepreneurs enter the market at a chart-topping rate, Colorado attorneys are offering a field of possible fee arrangements for capital-challenged startups […]

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On Your Marks…

On Your Marks…

5 trademark and service mark tips for startups by Doug Chartier LAW WEEK COLORADO Developing a brand is task that startups and early-stage companies undertake from the get-go. The considerations companies make in protecting their brands must likewise come early, and they can also help determine the company’s success for decades down the road. Attorneys […]

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Lasso Mountains

Legal Lasso: Should EU Stay or Should EU Go? Edition

It’s a busy news day already here and abroad. Eyes are on Britain today as they vote on whether to stay with the European Union and the U.S. Supreme Court has churned out opinions in several widely watched cases this morning. Take our 2016 Salary and Satisfaction Survey and tell us about your 9-to-always.

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Zero-Sum Game

Zero-Sum Game

Tracing the origins of law’s wellness problems By Doug Chartier LAW WEEK COLORADO During her first-year orientation at the University of Colorado Law School two years ago, as Elizabeth Powers recalled, one of the law professors spoke to the students about the high incidence of drinking problems and depression among legal practitioners. He cautioned that […]

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Juvenile Sentencing Changes Now Law

Juvenile Sentencing Changes Now Law

Governor signs two bills carving out potentially shorter sentences for scores of inmates, threat of litigation looms over constitutional concerns By Hannah Garcia LAW WEEK COLORADO After years of inertia in Colorado’s statehouse on the issue, Gov. John Hickenlooper converted two juvenile sentencing bills into state law with his signature June 10. The less controversial […]

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