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Confidential binding arbitration clauses in MLM disputes

| August 18, 2022 | Articles

When disputes arise due to confidential arbitration clauses in multilevel marketing matters, potential litigants must wrestle with what to fight. Nicole Westbrook, Jones & Keller in Denver, Colorado, and Spencer Reese, Reese & Richards in Utah, offer up some considerations for these situations.   By Nicole Westbrook and Spencer Reese Confidential arbitration clauses present an uphill… Read more »

18 Jones & Keller Lawyers Named to 2023 Best Lawyers® and Ones to Watch in America™ List

| August 16, 2022 | Announcement, News

Jones & Keller PC is proud to recognize the attorneys selected for inclusion in the 2023 Best Lawyers in America® and Best Lawyers: Ones to Watch in America™ lists for their excellence in law and litigation. Jones & Keller, P.C. is pleased to announce that 16 lawyers are included in the 2023 edition of The Best Lawyers in America® and two lawyers… Read more »

Jarkesy v. SEC: What is its potential impact?

| August 03, 2022 | Articles

The U.S. Supreme Court ruling in Jarkesy found that the SEC’s choice to vindicate fraud claims through its own administrative process violated the constitution for three separate reasons. What does that mean for administrative hearings going forward? By Paul Vorndran and Javier Heres When the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) decides to pursue formal enforcement… Read more »

MLM Defense: FTC Earnings Claims and Nonsolicitation Clauses

| August 03, 2022 | Articles

Nicole Westbrook, Jones & Keller in Denver, Colorado, and Spencer Reese, Reese & Richards in Utah, discuss FTC proposed rules on earnings claims and nonsolicitation clauses for network marketing companies and their independent distributors.   Watch Video Now By Nicole Westbrook and Spencer Reese Nicole Westbrook, commercial trial attorney at Jones & Keller in Denver, Colorado,… Read more »

Paul Vorndran on Securities Defense at 2022 Business Law Institute CLE

| July 14, 2022 | News

Paul Vorndran to address securities defense at the Colorado Bar 2022 Business Law Institute, including what regulators are looking for, practices being targeted and strategies for defense in investigations and enforcement actions on September 8. In person or virtual registration available. SECURITIES DEFENSE STRATEGIES What to Watch For and How to Proceed Thursday, September 8,… Read more »

Dylan Metzner to Speak at Colorado Planned Giving Roundtable

| June 20, 2022 | News

Dylan Metzner will address CLATs, CRUTs, and CRATS at this year’s Summer Symposium on August 25th.  CLATs, CRUTs, and CRATs ~ OH MY!! Colorado Planned Giving Roundtable Summer Symposium Thursday, August 25, 2022 3:15 PM – 4:30 PM   Colorado Planned Giving Roundtable Summer Symposium | August 24 & 25   Register Agenda Charitable trusts… Read more »

Jones & Keller Welcomes Roni Jarnagin to Private Wealth Group

| June 06, 2022 | News

Roni Jarnagin brings strong experience with individuals, families and businesses in private wealth planning, trust, and tax to Jones & Keller. Jones & Keller is pleased to announce the addition of Veronica “Roni” Jarnagin to the Private Wealth Practice Group. Roni’s practice focuses on private wealth & estates, taxation, trust, wealth transfer, small business, and… Read more »

Four Decision Points in SEC Securities Investigations

| June 02, 2022 | Articles

Defending securities actions requires strategy in navigating a tricky process and qualified answers at critical decision points during an SEC investigation.    Watch Video Now By Paul Vorndran Defending securities actions on behalf of clients requires strategy in navigating a tricky process, which can be unique in each situation. If you are interested in this… Read more »

Employment Law Updates in an Evolving Workplace CLE

| May 24, 2022 | News

The 2022 employment law update presented by Larry Lee and Blaine Bengtson reveals a few key themes around vaccine mandates, expanded paid employee sick and medical leave benefits, and remote workforces. As the world experiences yet another year under the heel of COVID-19, it’s unsurprising that developments in local, state, and federal employment laws continue… Read more »