Letters to Sen. Gardner & Sen. Bennet

Take Action Generally law firms try not to take political positions. This firm is not a typical law firm. We believe that the situation in Washington D.C. is unprecedented and is a danger to our country, our democracy, and our place in the world. Please join us in advocating that the Trump … Read more about Letters to Sen. Gardner & Sen. Bennet

Cryptocurrency’s Window in Wyoming  

In recent years, cryptocurrency has gained significant interest and traction via the passage of numerous bills in one of the country’s least populated states – Wyoming. While federal regulatory authorities have struggled to clearly regulate and classify crypto markets, Wyoming has passed over a … Read more about Cryptocurrency’s Window in Wyoming  

Westword Publishes Managing Partner’s Article on CBD & Schedule I

Nearly a year after the passing of the Agriculture Improvement Act of 2018 (“2018 Farm Bill”), the industrial hemp and cannabidiol (“CBD”) markets are booming, yet ingestible products are still illegal according to the federal government. With mounting pressure on the U.S. Food and Drug … Read more about Westword Publishes Managing Partner’s Article on CBD & Schedule I

SAFE Banking Act Passes in the House

  Late Wednesday, the U.S. House of Representatives passed the first-ever self-contained cannabis bill, clearing H.R.1595 – or the  Secure And Fair Enforcement Banking Act of 2019 (“SAFE Banking Act”) – in a bipartisan 321-103 vote. Introduced by Colorado Representative Ed Perlmutter (D) … Read more about SAFE Banking Act Passes in the House

Katy Perry Now “Wide Awake” after Copyright Infringement Wakeup Call

Katy Perry found herself in a “perfect storm” recently when a Los Angeles federal jury found the singer and several of her collaborators guilty of copyright infringement, after a seven-day trial brought against her by Marcus Gray, a Christian rapper who goes by the name of Flame came to an end. Gray … Read more about Katy Perry Now “Wide Awake” after Copyright Infringement Wakeup Call

Nacho Taco Tuesday

The LA Lakers superstar LeBron James recently took a big “L” with the United States Patent and Trademark Office (the “USPTO”) in his attempt to trademark the phrase “Taco Tuesday.”1 James uses the phrase on his Instagram page “to let people know it is his family’s taco night,”2 and filed an … Read more about Nacho Taco Tuesday

New Marijuana Hospitality Licenses

Earlier this year the Colorado legislature passed House Bill 19-1230 (the “Bill”), which created two new types of marijuana licenses to be issued by the Colorado Department of Revenue Marijuana Enforcement Division (the “MED”). The first is a Marijuana Hospitality Business license (“MHB”), which may … Read more about New Marijuana Hospitality Licenses