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David D. on ContractsCounsel
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David U.

Attorney
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CO, AZ, OK
24 Yrs Experience
Licensed in CO AZ
The University of Oklahoma College of Law

For the last 25 years I've focused on representing businesses and entrepreneurs in transactional law deals, including LLC creation, operation and sale of businesses; real estate sales and leasing; and general contract negotiation and drafting. While I've helped all manner of businesses work out a variety of contract and business matters, I am an expert at helping clients with buying and selling commercial properties including multi-family and office projects and buildings, subdivisions, and retail shopping centers. I am also a recognized expert negotiating leases for retail and office tenants and. landlords. Over 25 years I've honed my skills a lawyer at one of the largest law firms in the world, an elite real estate boutique in Aspen, Colorado and a highly regarded firm based in Denver, Colorado, before starting my own practice in 2016. Since 2016 I've been helping my clients with real estate and business deals. I'm a commercial real estate and business expert with a passion for helping clients forge successful ventures in an efficient and understandable manner.

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July 2, 2023

Suzanne E.

Attorney/Business Advisor
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30 Yrs Experience
Licensed in CO
Seattle University

I have been an attorney for 30 years. I am a Colorado native with many years in Alaska. I have a Bachelors in Biology, Chemistry and French, JD from Seattle University and Masters in Environmental Science and Law from Vermont Law School. I have traveled extensively, mostly in Europe, and speak several languages with more or less proficiency. I practiced law in Alaska and Colorado, much of it in remote areas but also large cities. I have taught in an environmental masters program and run large environmental nonprofits and a hot springs resort. I have worked with and run business incubators, a process I love. Empowering people to build their own futures is a passion.

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June 29, 2023

John V.

Attorney / Owner
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Boulder, CO
26 Yrs Experience
Licensed in CO
Syracuse University School of Law

Business, Real Estate, Tax, Estate Planning and Probate attorney with over 20 years experience in private practice in Colorado. Currently owner/operator of John M. Vaughan, Attorney at Law solo practitioner located in Boulder, CO. My practice focuses on transactional matters only.

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George K.

Owner & Managing Partner
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Denver, No. CO, Steamboat Springs
26 Yrs Experience
Licensed in CO
Whittier School of Law

I've represented small, medium, and Fortune 500 companies in business and litigation matters over the past twenty years. Working for various clients exposed me to a wide range of practice areas and issues. I now manage and own my firm. Contract review and drafting, negotiating agreements and settlements, and defending a variety of lawsuits is the heart of my practice. I'm efficient, solution driven, and work well with clients, other parties, and opposing counsel. I was awarded the American Jurisprudence Award in Advanced Legal Writing and am an excellent writer. I'm also the recipient of the Outstanding Young Lawyer Award and the ABA Military Pro Bono Project Outstanding Services Award. I'm a Marine Corps veteran. My attitude, experience, and expertise will help you achieve your goals.

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July 27, 2023

James N.

Owner-Attorney
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Colorado, New Mexico, Missouri
12 Yrs Experience
Licensed in CO NM
University of Missouri - Kansas City School of Law

I'm a Chicago native and Kansas City transplant that has made regulatory compliance and civil administrative litigation for heavily regulated industries my niche for the past decade.

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August 3, 2023

Shane S.

Real Estate/Transactional Lawyer
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Denver, CO
14 Yrs Experience
Licensed in CO
Brigham Young University

I have 13+ years of experience as a real estate, construction, and general transactional lawyer focused on drafting and negotiating commercial leases, purchase and sale agreements, contractor and design professional agreements, etc.

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August 16, 2023

Ashley M.

Trial Attorney
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Denver, CO
1 Yr Experience
Licensed in CO
University of Miami

Trial attorney. Specializing in drafting and arguing complex criminal pretrial and contemporaneous motions. Former Public Defender. Cum Laude graduate of the University of Miami School of Law. Research assistant for multiple professors in the areas of Title IX defense, post-conviction litigation, reproductive healthcare rights, and the constitutionality of affirmative defenses. Trial Team Captain, Pro-Bono Challenge award recipient, Litigation Skills Book Award and Scholarship recipient, HOPE Public Interest Scholarship recipient. Cum Laude graduate of New York University with a focus on classical theatre text and performance.

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August 26, 2023

Ryan C.

Founder & Managing Attorney
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Denver, Colorado
17 Yrs Experience
Licensed in CO
University of California, Davis

Ryan Clement, the Principal Attorney at Business and Technology Legal Group (www.businessandtechlawyers.com), has been a Colorado licensed attorney for almost 20 years and has extensive experience in all matters related to corporate law, software and technology law, intellectual property, data privacy and security, business startups/formation, commercial transactional matters, general business counsel, compliance, and litigation. Ryan graduated with high honors from the University of California, Santa Barbara before attending the University of California, Davis School of Law and graduating in 2004. Post-law school, he completed an esteemed two-year judicial clerkship at the Second Judicial District Court of Nevada. In 2007, Ryan Clement became a licensed attorney in private practice, working at several prestigious law firms before forming and operating his own successful law firm in 2012 at the age of only 31. This keen business acumen and entrepreneurial drive was the impetus behind Ryan’s desire to practice business and technology law, ultimately forming the foundation of Business and Technology Legal Group. In addition to his top-tier legal credentials, Ryan also holds a Master of Business Administration (MBA) degree from the University of Colorado, Denver, and has over a decade of experience working in the software industry at Fortune 500 and publicly traded companies. This vast experience in the technology and software sector, combined with his many years as an attorney provides the intersection of legal, technical, and business skill sets that sets Ryan apart from the crowd of business and technology attorneys in the market.

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September 11, 2023

Torrey L.

Attorney
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Denver, CO
6 Yrs Experience
Licensed in CO
Emory University

Torrey Livenick, Esq. is a fourth generation Colorado lawyer. Although she was born in California and raised in Nevada, she spent every summer in Colorado and knew she planned to make Denver her home. After graduating from Bryn Mawr College with a degree in Classical Culture and Society, she returned to Las Vegas to work as a paralegal. Once she spent five years building her skills and confirming her interest, she attended Emory University School of Law. Torrey’s interests include trivia (she even was a contestant on Jeopardy! during her law school days), video games, playing with her cats, and the arts. She is active in pro bono organizations including Metro Volunteer Lawyers.

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Darren W.

Attorney
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South Jordan, Utah
20 Yrs Experience
Licensed in CO AZ, UT, WY
J. Reuben Clark, BYU

My main focus is estate planning and business transactions, but I have had many practice areas throughout my career, including criminal defense and prosecution, civil litigation from neighborhood squabbles to corporate contentions. I have also worked in bankruptcy, family law, collections, employment law, and personal injury. I stand ready to assist in any area to which I feel I can be of service, but will not try to fake it if I do not know the area of law I am being asked to serve in.

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Note Payable

New York

Asked on Oct 5, 2021

I need to sue on an unpaid promissory note

The note was written back in March 2019 I hired an attorney and he has done nothing for me! I made tons of requests to try to settle out of court with this man and he just keeps blowing me off

Matthew S.

Answered Oct 12, 2021

You need someone who will attempt to settle the matter for you and if that fails be prepared to sue on the note and take the necessary action to collect. This assumes the debtor has assets to collect against. It can take a while. I have had some folks pay relatively promptly, others several years. Communication between attorney and client is very important in this process. If you have no idea what is going on in your case you can get very anxious. I make sure you get consulted on each development and you get copies of each filing.

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Development Agreement

California

Asked on Jan 17, 2022

Are these clauses safe to sign into in an NDA?

A company approached me to help them develop a prototype of a software application, so they can secure a round of funding. To this end, they gave me an NDA to sign, after which they would divulge their design artifacts for my review. Good so far. But the NDA has these terms which I am concerned about: Intellectual property: At any point during and/or as a direct result of the signing of this Agreement when you create something for the purpose of fulfilling work for (co), said creation is considered work-made-for-hire and is owned by (co). This includes copyrightable material, trademarks, patents (a whole list), whether developed by you alone of in collaboration with anyone else (I am alone). The company owns everything. I got it. Now coming to another point: Indemnification Provision: if (co) of a (co) partner gets sued as a result of your work, you agree to step in and pay for all relevant costs, unless (co) has expressly instructed you in writing that you carry out the task for which (co) or its partner was sued While I would never knowingly carry out something illegal or attract lawsuit, as an individual I have limited knowledge. And besides, I feel this will leave me personally open to legal liability for indefinite period of time, even if someone else takes my code in continues development on it later Are my concerns legit? How should this be altered (if it should) so it is fair to me (if this is unfair)?

Cameron S.

Answered Feb 18, 2022

These are not appropriate provisions for an NDA. An NDA should only cover the disclosure of confidential information - not development and assignment of intellectual property. You should not be transfering ownership of IP (or anything you develop) under an NDA. It should also not include an indemnification provision. Both of these clauses are appropriate for a development agreement or a professional services agreement. Putting this aside, if this were a development/professional services agreement, then you probably would want to protect any background technology or pre-existing works that you already own prior to the agreement (and would license the (co) rights to this background technology if necessary). And, you should not be indemnifying unless you intentionally used third party materials or knowingly stole another party's work to complete the development for (co). This is because it is not feasible for you to know what trademarks or patents are out in the world. If what you develop infringes, that should not be your responsibility/risk. You probably aren't getting paid enough to take on that risk. Copyright requires knowing that you stole copyrightable material, so the knowledge qualifier described above means that the (co) is protected under the indemnification for copyright infringement issues caused by you.

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Debt Settlement Agreement

Florida

Asked on Jul 12, 2023

Debt settlement agreement due diligence?

I recently entered into a debt settlement agreement with a company and I am concerned about the due diligence that was conducted by the company. I am worried that I may have been taken advantage of and I would like to know if the agreement is legally binding. I would also like to know what options I have if the agreement turns out to be invalid.

Diane D.

Answered Jul 28, 2023

The only way to tell if your agreement is legally binding and what options you have is to have an attorney review it. However, if all the parties have signed the agreement, it is most likely legal.

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LLC Operating Agreement

North Carolina

Asked on Apr 27, 2022

I have a established LLC need to setup operating agreement - what is estimate cost ?

I have a established LLC need to setup operating agreement - what is estimate cost ?

Cindy A.

Answered Jun 2, 2022

It depends on the industry and complexity of the purpose of the agreement.

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Purchase Contract

Texas

Asked on Sep 4, 2021

Auto purchase agreement on trade in payoff.

The dealer we recently purchased a new car from didn’t pay off our trade in until 7 weeks after the contact. In Texas they have 25 days to pay off a trade in. We asked the dealer to to push back our payment 2 months since they were late paying off our trade in. I called the bank we financed with (Kia Financial) and they said to go to the dealer and have them push back the contract payments 2 months The dealer is saying there’s nothing they can do. I feel like we are being taken completely advantage of.

Donya G.

Answered Oct 5, 2021

Have you spoken to the dealers manager or the manager of the dealership? if you haven't already done so, you should. Make sure to mention the delay in the dealer paying off the trade in and the fact that you called the the bank and they have told you this delay of two months can be done. If they don't listen to you, then it would be time to hire an attorney to assist you. If you would to engage my services where I would call the dealership on your behalf, you can contact me on the contracts counsel website and I would be happy to assist. Regards, Donya Gordon

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