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DU won’t consider its athletes employees, despite NLRB decision

DU won’t consider its athletes employees, despite NLRB decision

Fisher & Phillips partner, Darin Mackender, was quoted in a Denver Business Journal article on consequences of recent NLRB decision. Heather Draper writes: The University of Denver has no plans to consider its student athletes “employees,” even if the National Labor Relations Boarddid in a case involving Northwestern University….

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Investor Relations: London’s AIM A Solid Bet for Colorado Growth Companies

Investor Relations: London’s AIM A Solid Bet for Colorado Growth Companies

By Agency 33 CEO James Wall   In Colorado, we are coming out of a recession in which our smaller, growth-oriented companies hunkered down, preserved capital and did what they could to stay alive.  Now that the economy has bounced back, the need for growth…

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Upcoming Event: Day-long seminar on Employment Law Challenges in 2014

Upcoming Event: Day-long seminar on Employment Law Challenges in 2014

One Day, Many Solutions Wednesday, May 7 8:00a to 5:00p at the Magnolia Hotel in Denver, CO Fisher & Phillips LLP, one of the nation’s leading labor and employment law firms, will be hosting a one-day seminar in Denver to prepare employers for the employment…

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Cloud solutions for business: Why ‘private’ could be best

Cloud solutions for business: Why ‘private’ could be best

An article by Bahman Saless, CEO of Earthnet, was featured in the Denver Business Journal online April 14: “Cloud solutions for business: Why ‘private’ could be best.” Tactics NSA leaker Edward J. Snowden used to breach one of the world’s most guarded computer systems were not exactly material for…

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Locally-made drones almost ready for tests

Locally-made drones almost ready for tests

  ALBUQUERQUE (KRQE) – Silent Falcon, which has created a drone in Albuquerque, is working to get it to the market. “It’s been a long time, but we’re almost there,” said company president John W. Brown in a news release. Currently, the locally-made drones can only…

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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…

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Marijuana Legalization Presents Predicament for Employees

Marijuana Legalization Presents Predicament for Employees

Liza Getches, partner at Moye White and Danielle Urban, partner at Fisher & Phillips, were featured in an article on Mainstreet.com: “Marijuana Legalization Presents Predicament for Employers.” Ellen Chang writes: Partaking in smoking marijuana where it is legal recreationally is now a viable option for…

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Marijuana Companies Try to Protect the Intellectual Property of Their Pot Brands

Marijuana Companies Try to Protect the Intellectual Property of Their Pot Brands

Moye White partner, Charles Luce, was quoted extensively in an article on mainstreet.com: “Marijuana Companies Try to Protect the Intellectual Property of Their Pot Brands.” Ellen Chang of MainStreet writes: Owners of small marijuana product or service companies should consider obtaining a trademark for their…

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A Commentary On Social Media In The Legal Profession

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…

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Advice on workplace drug policies in states where marijuana is legal

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….

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