Although we are all more than familiar with the Covid-19 pandemic, Colorado businesses may not be aware of new employee sick leave laws, presently in effect, relating to the pandemic. Pursuant to the Healthy Families and Workplaces Act ("HFWA"), which was signed into law on July 14, 2020, … Read more about Mandatory Covid-19 Employee Sick Leave in Colorado: Is Your Business Compliant?
Among the country’s first states to enact marijuana-friendly legislation, Colorado legalized medical marijuana via the passage of Amendment 20 in 2000 and subsequently legalized recreational (retail) marijuana via the passage of Amendment 64 in 2012. Due to its robust implementation of these … Read more about Colorado Marijuana Licensing
This November, voters in four Colorado cities – Littleton, Lakewood, Broomfield, and Buena Vista – will have the opportunity to legalize cannabis sales in each locality. Although Colorado broadly legalized cannabis with Amendment 64 in 2012, a key provision of the amendment allows for local … Read more about Four Colorado Localities Eye Cannabis Legalization
First time business owners have a lot to consider when starting a business, but one of the most important early decisions they have to make is deciding what corporate structure best fits the needs of their enterprise. A company’s structure influences a number of aspects of the business … Read more about How to Form an LLC in Colorado
First time business owners have a lot to consider when working to get their operations up and running, including what business structure will fit the needs of their business. A company’s structure influences a number of aspects of the business including, but not limited to governance, taxes, and … Read more about How to Form a Corporation in Colorado
The Attorneys and staff at The Rodman Law Group (“RLG”) have been carefully monitoring novel coronavirus (“COVID-19”) and its effect on the economy in general and our clients in particular. The following is a non-exhaustive aggregation of information that may be of importance during this pandemic. … Read more about Firm Notice Regarding COVID-19
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
As expected, on August 1, the Colorado Marijuana Enforcement Division (the “MED”) adopted emergency rules (the “August Emergency Rules”) to begin implementing HB19-1090, “Concerning Measures to Allow Greater Investment Flexibility in Marijuana Businesses” (the “Bill”). The Bill permits certain … Read more about HB-1090 Implementation on Schedule