Uber and Lyft Lose Trade Secret Battle in Supreme Court

June 13, 2018

Both Uber and Lyft must feel a bit vulnerable following a decision by Washington’s Supreme Court decision to allow the government to disclose data on what Seattle neighborhoods they serve. The ruling overturns a lower court’s decision to grant an injunction that sided with the transportation companies right to keep…
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Oasis Brewery Rises from the Ashes after Zoning Dispute

May 1, 2018

Oasis Brewing was once one of Colorado’s sweetheart microbreweries in Boulder – sporting an Egyptian motif with larger than life palm-leaf fans and hieroglyphs on the taproom walls. The brewery enjoyed a decade-long run in that famous location near the intersections of Broadway and Canyon. But as more and more…
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Will Six Fifty 17 Be Denver’s Newest Mixed-Use Crown Jewel?

November 21, 2017

For decades, it seems the Denver skyline has remain unchanged, until recently that is. With a torrent of people flocking to live in the Mile High City, Denver has seen an unprecedented building boom for residential and now high-rise commercial space. There have a been a handful of new additions…
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Can A Company Sue It’s Board of Directors?

September 28, 2017

To answer that questions, one only needs to look at real-life examples of the business world. Right here in Denver parent company of the Denver Post, MediaNews Group, put its neck out there and voiced its outright opposition to Randstad North America Inc.’s $429 million purchase of Monster Worldwide Inc….
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Denverites Wary of Funding for New Affordable Housing Plan

September 28, 2017

If you have been a Denver Metro area resident for more than five or ten years, you can attest to the fact that Denver’s housing situation has become a big issue. Well, it seems everyone and their dog wants to move to Denver from all corners of the nation, which…
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Feds Torn on Ruling Barring BLM from Regulating Fracking

September 28, 2017

Everyone knows there’s big money in black gold (oil) and companies’ eager to get at this natural resource don’t take too kindly to the roadblocks they hit along the way. In this particular case (State of Wyoming et al v. Jewell et al [No. 16-8068]), a federal judge in Wyoming…
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CBS Corp Sues Judge Judy over Show Profits, Alleged Fraud

September 28, 2017

Who knew this sleepy-town family court judge would one day be the center of contention surrounding a multi-million-dollar lawsuit. Well, it appears Los Angeles superior court Judge Yvette Plazuelos has ruled that Judge Judy Sheindlin’s agent, Rebel Entertainment Partners, can go ahead with their lawsuit against CBS television. Unless there…
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Bob Marley Family Wins $2.4M Trademark Infringement Lawsuit

September 28, 2017

The family of the late reggae superstar Bob Marley recently won $2.4 million in a trademark infringement lawsuit over the coffee brand carrying the family’s name. At issue, says parent company Jammin Java, is the fact that the family decided to nullify its contractual obligation with the coffee brewing company…
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Denver Broncos Get Naming Rights to Mile High Stadium

September 28, 2017

If you are a die-hard Denver Broncos fan, this one will be music to your ears. It seems a bankruptcy judge has granted a request from Sports Authority to transfer the naming rights of Mile High Stadium back over to the Denver NFL football team. Sports Authority Holdings, Inc. failed…
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5 Mistakes to Avoid When Inking Commercial Real Estate Deals

September 27, 2017

Acquiring real estate is a lot like dating, and then getting married. You get the opportunity to check the place out and see if you like it, then you seal the deal. But, just like getting married, many investors tend to find out about some skeletons in the closet that…
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