Employment Law


Covenants Not to Compete in Colorado

With certain exceptions, Colorado law prohibits the enforcement of covenants not to compete.  The assumption is that the State of Colorado wishes to have its citizens engaged in gainful employment. Specifically, Colorado Revised Statute § 8-2-113 provides that “it shall be unlawful to use force, threats or other means of intimidation to prevent any person […]

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Common Pitfalls in Having “Live-In” Employees

In a handful of industries, the concept of having an employee live on-site is an attractive proposition. Such industries include hotels, motels, assisted care facilities, convenience stores, or businesses that cater to or provide extended-hour operation to customers or clients. Although attractive, arranging an on-site or “live-in” employee comes with complications. In this series of

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