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legal services for entrepreneurs, startups, and small businesses


Building Business Potential

Building Business Potential

legal services for entrepreneurs, startups, and small businesses

Assisting Startups and Established Businesses

Whether you have a new startup or an established business, we are here to help you realize your goals and provide you with effective legal solutions.

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Serving Creative & Social Entrepreneurs is Our Mission

As a purpose-driven LLC, we understand the unique challenges faced by entrepreneurs & others using business as a force for good. We are passionate about helping all entrepreneurs, and offer discounted rates to public benefit businesses.

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Pote Law Firm assists modern entrepreneurs and business owners of all types throughout Colorado. We offer flat- or fixed-fee services and provide effective and efficient solutions that stay within our clients' budgets.

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Aug. 31, 2021

Colorado Employment Law - Vacation Pay Policies After Nieto

 On June 14th, the Colorado Supreme Court issued an opinion in Nieto v Clark’s Market Inc. Employers would be wise to consider this opinion when developing or revisiting their vacation and similar policies.In Nieto, the Court held that an employer’s policy (as set forth in its employee handbook) that required the forfeiture of earned and determinable vacation pay upon termination of employment was void under the Colorado Wage Claim Act ("CWCA"). This decision has potentially far-reaching implications for Colorado employment law. Following the decision in Nieto, it is no longer unsettled…



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Mar. 29, 2021

Public Benefit Cooperatives and Limited Cooperative Associations in Colorado

 For a few more days, it’s still B Corp month! We’re pleased to have any opportunity to celebrate B Corps and businesses operating as a force for good! In previous entries, I’ve discussed Public Benefit Corporations and Public Benefit LLCs. This time, I’d like to discuss another type of PBC, the Public Benefit Cooperative. In discussion with clients, it seems that many are unaware that Colorado’s Public Benefit Corporations Act (PBCA) is not just for conventional for-profit corporations. Certainly any such corporation can be organized as a…



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Jan 21, 2021

Copyright and the CASE Act: A New Enforcement Option for Artists, Businesses, and Creative Entrepreuers

 On December 27, 2020, The Copyright Alternative in Small-Claims Enforcement Act (the CASE Act) was enacted as a part of the thousands of pages that made up the Consolidated Appropriations Act, 2021. The CASE Act, as the name suggests, is intended to provide an enforcement alternative for copyright holders with small claims who may be unwilling or unable to incur the expense associated with adjudicating copyright claims in court. As a result, creative entrepreneurs, businesses, and other will soon have another option at their disposal to help them…



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