Last summer, we wrote about one of the legal complications that arose in the wake of recreational marijuana becoming lawful in the state of Colorado. Small growers were having trouble protecting their intellectual property because federal law considers marijuana to be an illegal drug.
Word of mouth has always been a huge factor in a business’ success, but the growth of the internet and social media really took that to the next level.
Companies establish trademarks to protect the names, words, devices or other means to represent their brand. Companies have a lot of pride in their products and their brand so it is important to take action to protect your trademarks.
We often hear the term “wrongful termination” used in the media and in casual conversation. You may think you know what wrongful termination means, but if your business has been accused of wrongfully terminating an employee, then you need to know the true legal definition.
Recently, an article from Colorado Biz magazine featured some good “spring cleaning” tips for small business owners. In this post, we are going to discuss a few of the tips from the article and add a few of our own, from a business law standpoint.
If you have come to the difficult decision that it is time to move on from your business, an experienced business lawyer can walk you through all of your options, including selling the business, passing it on to someone else, merging it with another business or simply closing the business and liquidating the assets.