Colorado District Court Affirms Post-Judgment Collection Activity While Motions Are Pending Glasser, Daniel W.
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Author: Daniel W. Glasser Published: January 12, 2021 In a recent ruling, a Colorado district court confirmed that C.R.C.P. 62(a)’s 14-day automatic stay on the execution of a final judgment is not automatically extended while motions under C.R.C.P 59 and 60 are pending in that action. According to the court, if a judgment determines

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My Business Partner Locked Me Out, What Now? Five Issues That Require Your Immediate Attention Glasser, Daniel W.
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Author: Daniel W. Glasser Published: January 12, 2021 Nearly every new venture is born out of optimism. But suddenly, you and your business partner no longer share the same vision. One morning you wake up to find that you have been locked, literally and figuratively, out of your own business. Here are the top five issues you need to address immediately: Where’s the money? Who has access to the books and records? What obligations have I personally guaranteed and what are the risks? Can I compete with the jerk who just locked me out? What is my end-game? Click here to view entire blog article at Chipamn Glasser, LLC

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