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Shawn McIntire Named a John S. Nolan Fellow

We’re honored to announce that Shawn McIntire has been selected as a John S. Nolan Fellow. Shawn was selected as one of six attorneys to be awarded with this prestigious tax law achievement. To learn more about Shawn, please visit … Continue reading

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Holiday Toy Drive

On December 15, 2014, Donelson Barry dropped off its contributions to its 2014 Toy Drive benefiting the Boys and Girls Club of Metro Denver. Much thanks to everyone to making this year a success!

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Holiday Toy Drive

Donelson Barry is co-hosting a Holiday Toy Drive benefiting the Boys and Girls Club of Metro Denver. We are collecting new toys for local children to be delivered on December 20, 2014. To learn more or get involved, visit: http://www.bgcmd.org/toy-drive

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FAQ: “Why Do I Need A Contract?”

How do you know whether or not you need a written contract? First, depending on where you live, laws require that certain types of contracts be in writing in order to be valid. For example, if a contract can not … Continue reading

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Red Bull Settles Lawsuit for 13 Million

Red Bull recently settled a 2013 Class Action lawsuit for 13 million. The cause of action? Because drinking red bull did not give its customers wings. The lawsuit against Red Bull, led by Benjamin Careathers, claimed that consumers of the … Continue reading

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Denver Judge Temporarily Blocks Colorado’s Amazon Tax Law

“A Denver judge has dealt a blow to Colorado’s bid to tax online purchases, granting a request to temporarily block a 2010 law intended to encourage big e-tailers, like Amazon, to start collecting the state’s sales tax. Denver District Court … Continue reading

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