August 21, 2014
Connecting You to the Latest in Colorado Law : : Colorado Bar Association Continuing Legal Education
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Solo Tip Tuesday: Keep Track of Requests You've Made of Others in a Folder Called @WFF
This could be my all-time favorite tip. We often use email to ask someone to send us something, or check on something and get back to us, etc. Sending the email is the easy part. The hard part is keeping track of what you asked for and when, and then remembering to follow up when the person doesn’t get back to you. Click here to read more.
It is advantageous to employers to retain the services of independent contractors when possible. Contractors are not required to be covered by workers’ compensation insurance and employers need not pay unemployment tax out of the contractors’ wages. However, classifying workers as contractors has its risks; after an audit, the employer may be found liable for back taxes on workers who are found to be employees rather than contractors.
The Colorado Court of Appeals issued its opinion in People v. Curtiss on Thursday, August 14, 2014.
The Colorado Court of Appeals issued its opinion in TABOR Foundation v. Colorado Bridge Enterprise on Thursday, August 14, 2014.