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Employers Can Still Fire Employees for Legal Pot Use

Employers Can Still Fire Employees for Legal Pot Use

Danielle Urban, partner in the Denver office of Fisher & Phillips LLP, was featured in a front page story in the December 27 edition of The Denver Post: "Employers can still fire Colorado pot smokers for legal use.” DENVER - As recreational cannabis sales begin Jan. 1, one fact is sometimes overlooked: Employers still can

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Advice on workplace drug policies in states where marijuana is legal

Fisher & Phillips partner, Danielle Urban, has an article featured on Expert Beacon: “Advice on workplace drug policies in states where marijuana is legal.” "20 states and the District of Columbia permit the medicinal use of marijuana, and two states have legalized the recreational use of marijuana. Thirteen additional s

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Aloha: Sunetric moves to Denver with solar power to sell

Aloha: Sunetric moves to Denver with solar power to sell

Sunetric Inc., a Hawaii solar power design and installation company, has set its sights on the U.S. mainland and plans to use its Denver office as its headquarters for the other 49 states. CEO Alex Tiller is part of a two-man team in Denver, sharing the company’s Cherry Creek office with Tyler Fauerbach, managing director of

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A Commentary On Social Media In The Legal Profession

Matt Givner of Agency 33 had a piece published on LawWeek Colorado online. As social networks have become an increasingly integral part of our daily lives, organizations across industries have eagerly taken to these platforms as a new way to spread their marketing messages and to connect with clients. Of course, not all organizat

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Silent Falcon readies for testing as private sector eyes drone market

Silent Falcon readies for testing as private sector eyes drone market

Dan Mayfield of the Albuquerque Business First writes- Within the last few months, the unmanned vehicle market has rapidly changed. It’s gone from a purely military and public-safety oriented market to one that is quickly being discovered by the private sector. Albuquerque’s Silent Falcon UAS is working to get its drone to m

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