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Santa Takes Out the Grinch with a Machine Gun at Centennial Gun Club

Santa Takes Out the Grinch with a Machine Gun at Centennial Gun Club

On December 14, 2014 CBS ran the following story about Centennial Gun Club: On December 12-13, Centennial Gun Club was visited by none other than Santa Claus! But this is not your ordinary Santa Claus. Santa was on a mission not only to spread holiday…

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Is Your Workplace Prepared for a Pandemic? featuring Sue Schaecher from Fisher & Phillips

Is Your Workplace Prepared for a Pandemic? featuring Sue Schaecher from Fisher & Phillips

Fisher & Phillips, LLP partner Sue Schaecher was recently featured in an article on LovetoKnow.com:   In this article, Fisher & Phillips partner Sue Schaecher discusses the practical and regulatory considerations businesses need to take into account should one or more employees or coworkers contract a…

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U.S. Drug-Testing Rules Do Not Translate Overseas by Danielle Urban

U.S. Drug-Testing Rules Do Not Translate Overseas by Danielle Urban

On December 8, the Society for Human Resource Management published an article by Fisher & Phillips partner Danielle Urban. In this article, Urban explains how US drug testing laws, which allow employers to perform pre-employment, post-accident, and random drug testing, largely do not carry over to…

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Danielle Urban Named One of the 5 Lawyers to Watch in 2015

Danielle Urban Named One of the 5 Lawyers to Watch in 2015

Fisher & Phillips partner Danielle Urban was recently named one of the 5 Lawyers to Watch in 2015 as Medical and Recreational Pot Gather Steam.   With an increasing number of state legislatures allowing for the sale of medical and/or recreational marijuana, lawyers of different specialties,…

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Top Five Personnel Mistakes by Daniel Perkins of Fisher & Phillips, LLP

Top Five Personnel Mistakes by Daniel Perkins of Fisher & Phillips, LLP

Fisher & Phillips, LLP attorney Daniel Perkins recently had an article published in ColoradoBiz Magazine: Starting one’s own business is a dream shared by countless Americans. However, leaving your old job and jumping into the start-up game brings with it risks and complications that few…

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Digital Marketing: The Periodic Table of Content

Digital Marketing: The Periodic Table of Content

One of the keys to a successful digital marketing campaign is creating and publishing great content. But what content should you be making? Below is a terrific Periodic Table of Content put together by Andy Crestodina. As Andy writes: “Content is made up of pieces….

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NYTimes: Ready, Aim, Fire, Then Relax in the Lounge

NYTimes: Ready, Aim, Fire, Then Relax in the Lounge

On November 28, the New York times published the following story on Agency 33 client, Centennial Gun Club: When most people think of gun clubs, the first image that pops into their minds is that of a dingy, poorly-ventilated facility located in some woe-begotten strip…

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The Bond King Comes to Janus – David Twibell in the News

The Bond King Comes to Janus – David Twibell in the News

David Twibell, President of Custom Portfolio Group was recently quoted in an article in the Denver Business Journal.   Bill Gross has just catapulted Denver-based Janus Capital Group Inc. into the national spotlight. The news early Friday that Gross — known as “the bond king” in investment circles —…

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Why 25-Year-Olds Are Investing Like Old Fogies: Gen Y Goes Geriatric

Why 25-Year-Olds Are Investing Like Old Fogies: Gen Y Goes Geriatric

David Twibell, president of Custom Portfolio Group, was recently quoted in a story on The Street.com:   Opting to pour their money into cash or other conservative investments which yield extremely low returns, Millennials are investing more like Baby Boomers. Some Millennials have fallen into the…

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Moye White’s Lorni Sharrow: 7 Common Estate-Planning Mistakes

Moye White’s Lorni Sharrow: 7 Common Estate-Planning Mistakes

Moye White attorney Lorni Sharrow was recently quoted in an article on Learn Vest, and again on Forbes: Many people may assume that their financial or family situation is so straightforward that they don’t need to draft formal documents, like a last will and testament or…

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