Category Archives: General

Federal Pro Bono Programs in Colorado

“Federal Pro Bono Programs in Colorado,” written by Thomas P. Howard LLC’s James Juo, has been published in the June 2022 issue of Colorado Lawyer. The article discusses the District of Colorado’s pro bono programs. “It is incumbent on those who can to aid those who need,” says Thomas P. Howard LLC’s Kammie Cuneo, who […]

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How to “Wrap” Contract Formation Online

The Ninth Circuit recently revisited the contract formation question of when a website’s terms and conditions are binding on an online user who interacts with that website in Berman v. Freedom Financial Network, LLC, No. 20-16900 (9th Cir. Apr. 5, 2022). Whether a website user legally assents to a website’s terms and conditions typically fall […]

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When to Contact a Construction Litigation Lawyer

Whether you’re a contractor or property owner, there are a lot of things that can go wrong during construction projects. Property owners might refuse to pay; contractors might not perform to contractual standards; and projects may suffer lengthy delays. When should you hire a construction litigation attorney? Here’s a brief guide to working with construction […]

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Has Someone Taken Your Business Trade Secret or Confidential Information?

Many businesses have proprietary secrets that give them a competitive advantage, ranging from secret recipes, client lists and formulas to innovative know-how, algorithms and marketing strategies. Such a trade secret is a type of intellectual property protected by both federal and Colorado state law. The whole point of a trade secret is that it’s secret—so […]

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Marshall Fire spared Thomas P. Howard LLC

Our office in Louisville, Colorado, was spared in the Marshall fire that destroyed so many homes as it swept through our local community on December 30, 2021, although our office building is currently closed as heat and water were temporarily shut off as a result of the fire.  We hope that to be resolved by […]

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