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Kaplan Morrell

A recent report by the Colorado Center on Law & Policy, State of Working in Colorado 2013, shows that jobs are again steadily increasing in Colorado, finally up 1,000 jobs over the numbers from 2007. However, the number of jobs fails to keep up with population growth, resulting in unemployment rates still far higher than…

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As it always seems to be with lawyers, the answer is – it depends.  One of the confusing things about the law is that all sort of different laws – state and federal – can apply to the same situation. The Colorado Workers’ Compensation Act does not prohibit an employer from firing you – however…

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