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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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Coronavirus, The Wine Industry and Force Majeure Clauses

In the wine industry, it remains to be seen how coronavirus will impact businesses domestically and internationally, and the extent to which "force majeure clauses" in contracts may provide relief to impacted businesses. With much of Italy currently on "lockdown,"…

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New York Federal Court Finds Personal Jurisdiction over Vanderbilt University in ADA Website Accessibility Case

On December 4, 2019, a New York Federal Court found it had personal jurisdiction over Vanderbilt University in an ADA Website Accessibility Case. Plaintiff Jason Camacho filed an ADA website accessibility lawsuit alleging that a website operated by Vanderbilt University…

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Are Non-Compete Agreements Enforceable In Colorado?

We are regularly asked by businesses and individuals: Are Non-Compete Agreements enforceable in Colorado.  The answer is not so simple.  Many employees believe, erroneously, that Colorado Non-Competes are not enforceable.  In fact, Non-Competes in Colorado are enforceable in certain situations. …

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When Can a Company Represent Itself (Pro Se) In Colorado Courts?

We often see a company (corporations or limited liability companies (LLC)) attempt to proceed pro se (represent itself) in lawsuits in the Colorado courts.  Almost every time, the judge will order the company to obtain counsel or face a default…

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