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What’s in your ransomware defense toolbox?

| July 21, 2021 | Articles

The rising cost of ransomware attacks puts a premium on prevention. Put to use these practical, preventative measures to minimize the threat of being held hostage by a ransomware demand, By Larry Lee and Christopher Johnson The cost to companies and governments in ransomware attacks is growing exponentially. On May 7th of this year the… Read more »

Remote Arbitration Trial Skills with Nicole Westbrook

| June 28, 2021 | News

Join NITA instructor Nicole Westbrook as she teaches litigators how to master telling their client’s story for the camera. Fighting the Equalizing Effects of Remote Arbitration   Remote arbitration during COVID-19 showed litigators the camera’s potential to diminish what we do as litigators unless done well. There’s no question that presenting via video what is typically… Read more »

Lunch & Learn: Planned Giving to Benefit SafeHouse

| June 28, 2021 | News

A Virtual Planned Giving Lunch & Learn July 15, 2021 | 12:00 – 1:00 pm   Join Jones & Keller Estate Attorney and SafeHouse Denver Board Member Dylan Metzner for an interactive conversation about planned giving options to benefit SafeHouse adults, children and youth experiencing domestic violence. Learn important information about IRA distributions and remainder… Read more »

Howard Kenison to Speak on U.S. Environmental Issues for UKELA

| June 14, 2021 | News

Howard Kenison will deliver Highlights of Environmental Issues in the United States and participate in an international panel at the UKELA (United Kingdom Environmental Law Association) 2021 Annual Conference. Mr. Kenison will address key U.S. issues, policy mechanisms and the legislative agenda into 2022. International Panel | Tuesday, June 15 | 6 – 7.30 pm… Read more »

Will Pandemic Lessons Learned Accelerate SEC Investigations?

| June 11, 2021 | Articles

Accelerated enforcement actions and new rapid response techniques at the SEC are likely to be with us for the long-haul. By Paul Vorndran Despite mandatory telework and asset reallocations, 2020 was a record year for whistleblowers and financial remedy orders at the Securities and Exchange Commission, according to the Division of Enforcement 2020 Annual Report… Read more »

A Rookie Mistake and Cooperation in the Courtroom

| June 04, 2021 | Articles

A rookie mistake sheds light on how cooperation among opposing counsel can lead to better client outcomes, and tips on how to get there. By Nicole Westbrook for the National Institute for Trial Advocacy Ed Lyons, a commercial litigator at Jones & Keller, has more than four decades of courtroom experience trying tough cases in… Read more »

Estate Administrator: Who Best to Unwind Asset Trails

| June 01, 2021 | Articles

One of the toughest decisions in estate planning is selecting an estate administrator because once appointed, they are difficult to remove. Think hard through these considerations before selecting the individual or team who will settle your estate. By Dylan Metzner There is no treasure map in settling an estate where a simple X identifies the… Read more »

Howard Kenison Named to Chambers USA 2021

| May 26, 2021 | News

Howard Kenison is recognized as a leading environmental law and litigation attorney in Colorado in Chambers USA 2021, a directory of top lawyers and law firms. According to Chambers, Mr.  Kenison is admired for his handling of environmental litigation, including matters concerning air quality, water quality and hazardous waste. Mr. Kenison has represented clients for… Read more »

Is a will or trust right for business succession?

| May 10, 2021 | Articles

Both a will and a trust work to transfer a business owner’s interest to beneficiaries. Which works best and why? By Dylan Metzner. Wills and trusts are legal documents that provide for a smooth transfer of assets. When and how they accomplish this mission differs based on the intended outcome and whether the ownership transfer… Read more »

50 Years of Leading Environmental Law and Action

| May 05, 2021 | News

In case you missed it, the keynote panel from the 50th Spring Conference on Environmental Law, featuring a highly distinguished panel of former Cabinet members discussing their insights into the evolution of environmental law and offering a glimpse into the future is available to watch. The panel discussion was moderated by Howard Kenison, ABA Section… Read more »