‘Not for the Faint of Heart’

Starting a business is not for the faint of heart. Establishing and operating a startup always entails careful consideration of a wide variety of legal and practical issues.

Luck: Where Preparation Meets Opportunity

Are you and your company prepared so that when the opportunity arrives at your door, you’ll be able to capitalize on it?

Electronic Wills

Wills and trusts, long considered an antiquated area of law, might finally be entering the 21st century.

Biometrics And ‘The Mark Of The Beast’

Employers are increasingly using biometric data such as facial characteristics, hand geometry, retina/iris scans, fingerprints and voiceprints in the workplace.

Sweet Victory

By: Lino Lipinsky De Orlov, J. Stephen Berry and Kathryn Maynard Guinn DENTONS For the past several years, development in the metro Denver area has rapidly...

So You Think You Want to Practice Family Law?

Family law is one of the most interesting and challenging career choices a lawyer can make. Virtually no other legal practice demands proficiency in as many legal fields as does family law.

The Anatomy of a Gray Divorce

People are often stunned and saddened when an older couple that has been married for many decades announces their decision to divorce. But the dissolution of marriage among those who are over 50 is continuing to rise as baby boomers move toward retirement.

What the DOL’s New Fiduciary Rule Means to Employers, Insurance Carriers

By: Joelle Sharman LEWIS BRISBOIS BISGAARD & SMITH Effective June 9, 2017, the Department of Labor expanded the definition of fiduciary to include any professional, including...