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February 2018 Newsletter - “Cryptocurrency” – Is it a Security?

In this month’s Feder Law Firm Newsletter we discuss the new frontier in securities law—“cryptocurrencies” and “initial coin offerings” (“ICOs”).

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January 2018 Newsletter - Text Messages in Litigation

Happy New Year! In this month’s Feder Law Firm Newsletter we discuss the increasingly common role of text messages in litigation.

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May 2017 Newsletter - What to Know About Buy-Sell Agreements

  What to Know About Buy-Sell AgreementsMay Newsletter

In this month’s Feder Law Firm newsletter we address a few basics of buy-sell agreements among owners of a business.  Buy-sell agreements are akin to prenuptial agreements; indeed, in business it seems that “divorces” amongst business owners are even more common. 

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April 2017 Newsletter


In this month’s Feder Law Firm newsletter we will be discussing the process for sealing criminal records in Colorado.  The Colorado General Assembly revised and simplified the process for sealing criminal records in August of 2016.  The new simplified process does not apply to convictions, but does apply to certain kinds of deferred prosecution and deferred judgment agreements often negotiated with prosecutors.  

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March 2017 Newsletter


In this month’s Feder Law Firm newsletter, we will focus on one of the lesser known testimonial privileges available in Colorado, the accountant-client privilege.  While most of us are more familiar with the attorney-client privilege, we had a recent matter where the accountant-client privilege was at issue.   

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February 2017 Newsletter

Recent Case Demonstrates Importance of Contesting Damages Claims in Trade Secrets LitigationThis month we will be talking about a key takeaway from Feder Law Firm’s recent involvement in a multi-million dollar trade secrets case. Trade secrets litigation is increasingly common in Colorado as our state’s bourgeoning technology economy creates litigation risks for both employees and management over the custody and use of proprietary business information.

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Steven Feder had the opportunity to meet Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg

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Steven Feder had the opportunity to meet Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg of the U.S. Supreme Court at the University of Colorado Law School’s Gathering of the Bench and Bar Conference held in Boulder Colorado. Justice Ginsburg delivered the Byron R. White Center for the Study of American Constitutional Law’s second annual Stevens Lecture. Mr. Feder is a CU Alum.

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