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COVID-19: CARES Act & The Paycheck Protection Program

For small businesses, the highlight of the available relief under the CARES Act is what is called the "Paycheck Protection Program."   On Friday, March 27, 2020, the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security - the "CARES Act" - became law and is…

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Paycheck Protection Program Loan Best Practices For Businesses

As your business awaits the opening bell for Banks and Lenders to begin accepting Paycheck Protection Program Loan Applications, it is important to consider the business implications of taking the loan (Get the PPP Application here).  Here are a few…

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Colorado Issues New Guidance on Emergency Liquor Rules

Today, the Colorado Liquor Enforcement Division (LED) issued BULLETIN 20-03 providing "Guidance Regarding LED Response to COVID-19" - and clarification and other information regarding the Governors emergency orders regarding to-go and delivery liquor sales.  The Colorado LED also issued COLORADO REGULATION 47-1101…

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CARES ACT – Paycheck Protection Program Application

On April 3, the U.S. Treasury released the updated Paycheck Protection Program Application. You can download the PPP Application HERE. The PPP Application is very straight forward.  If you plan to apply for a PPP loan, we suggest working through this Application and…

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Colorado Governor Issues Order Allowing Restaurants, Bars and Breweries To Deliver Alcohol & Sell Alcohol To-Go

Colorado Executive Order Temporary Suspension of Enforcement on On-Premise Retail Licensees and Breweries to Sell, Deliver Alcohol or Provide Alcohol for Takeout On March 20, 2020, in response to the coronavirus (COVID-19) crisis, Governor Polis issued Executive Order D 2020…

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Colorado Alcohol Delivery is Limited to Certain Retailers – UPDATE

Colorado alcohol delivery is limited to certain Colorado liquor licensed retailers.   A retailer licensed pursuant to C.R.S. 44-3-409 (Retail liquor store license),  44-3-410 (Liquor-licensed drugstore license), or subsection 44-4-107(1)(a) (fermented malt beverage license), may deliver alcohol beverages, so long as the retailer follows…

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