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Creativity: A requirement for family law practitioners

COVID-19 continues to impact families on all fronts, like exacerbating conflict with added financial strain, stressors of remote learning for children and isolation from others. COVID-19 also limited avenues for relief. Family law attorneys faced delayed hearings and confronted new obstacles. These unprecedented changes demand a new sense of creativity. Learn more from one attorney's three-step approach.

How California’s employment regulation trend is gaining ground in Colorado

The “Californication” of small business regulation—that is, the passing of an increasing number of state employment laws and regulations, many which put even more burden on employers—is picking up steam. In Colorado, there are at least eight new state employment-related laws, regulations, and rules that go into effect in 2021. Here's how Colorado employers can take the right steps now to protect their employees and the business.

Meet in luxury at Colorado's premier guest ranch

These may be unprecedented times, but some aspects of business will never change. One of those timeless, irreplaceable realities of business is the need to gather, to network, to celebrate, to brainstorm, to unwind. For months, these opportunities were limited to the virtual, electronic sense, but gradually the familiar in-person get-togethers have begun resuming. Plan now for your next retreat or meeting. It will remind you why you do business in Colorado.