We advise privately-held businesses in Colorado and the U.S. on federal and state employment laws, including advice and counsel about the nuances of Colorado's employment laws. Our deep, diverse experience in this area of the law comprises all aspects of employment ­- both as counselors and litigators ­- and the complex claims and administrative actions that regularly arise. These include regulatory compliance and claims, as well as litigation and disputes, and questions involving issues such as:

  • Non-competition agreements
  • Employment contracts
  • Wage and hour issues
  • Colorado's marijuana laws

While many of our clients are Colorado-based small business employers, we also represent major companies with offices in other states. Regardless of where they are headquartered, their size or industry, we advise on how to interpret the ever-changing employment regulations and statutes – local, state and federal – that govern hiring, managing, disciplining and terminating employees. 

Our employment lawyers have years of experience with litigation and alternative dispute resolution. In addition, we are proactive in advising clients on policies and practices to avoid ending up in the courtroom. 

MB Law in Action – Featured Client Case Studies

Case Study: Unpaid Travel Time – the Subject of a Class Action

Our Client’s Objective:  A national staffing firm was the target of a class action involving unpaid travel time.

MB Approach:  Our lawyers successfully defended class certification and tried the case against only one of the former employees.

What’s Next?  The court validated the staffing firm's travel policy.

Practice Strengths

MB Law attorneys help companies with all aspects of employment. We advise in matters involving:

  • Employment agreements
  • Pay classification and pay practice
  • Employee discipline and termination
  • Interview and hiring regulations
  • Protecting intellectual property, including non-compete, non-solicitation, and trade secret agreements
  • Wage and hour laws
  • Discrimination
  • Internal investigations
  • Workplace violence
  • Privacy protection
  • Employee handbooks and employment policies
  • Corporate codes of conduct
  • Executive compensation
  • Employee benefits