Golden Chamber

Lunch 'n Learn: Non-Compete and Trademark Laws

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Name: Lunch 'n Learn: Non-Compete and Trademark Laws
Date: September 28, 2022
Time: 12:00 PM - 1:30 PM MDT
Registration: Sorry, public registration for this event has been closed.
Event Description:
Join us to a special Lunch 'n Learn hosted by Minor and Brown PC. 
Changes To Non-Compete Rules – What Employers Should Know

Colorado’s legislature recently passed an update to Colorado’s non-competition statute.  It applies to any agreement entered into or renewed after its effective date, August 10, 2022.  Within it, the statutory language regarding noncompete covenants for employees has changed significantly.  Because of these changes, now a big practical issue for business owners is the protection of the business’ trade secrets.  What does that mean for you?  Learn more from Barb Wells, Director/Shareholder at Minor & Brown, PC.  Barb is an experienced business lawyer and advisor to local, national, and international companies, but she considers herself a teacher at heart.  Whether counseling a client on some aspect of their business or mentoring a younger lawyer, she loves the challenge of helping someone simply and clearly understand a complex idea or way of doing something. Barb helps clients with a variety of issues such as mergers and acquisitions, tax planning, exit and succession planning, bonus and incentive packages, and governance agreements.
Your Trademark – Your Right, Your Burden
One of the primary assets of your business is its name and logo (or business name/trade name and trademark).  After years of hard work and countless sacrifices, people know this name, they recognize the logo, the brand, and the promise in every product sold or services provided.  Like building upon that name and reputation, and creating goodwill is an ongoing process, claiming rights to your intellectual property (before someone else does) and protecting it is an ongoing process.  Learn more from Sherap Tharchen, Director/Shareholder at Minor & Brown, PC.  Sherap is a business attorney with a unique business background.  Sherap understands the challenges and successes of small businesses and draws on his experience to counsel business owners.  Sherap helps clients with mergers and acquisitions, intellectual property, consulting arrangements, bonus and incentive packages, business formations, governance agreements, and corporate restructuring.

Lunch will be provided. This event is limited to 25 guests, so register soon. 
Golden Library Meeting Room 
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