Galvanize Law and Tradecraft Industries Lunch and Learn Series

Galvanize Law and Tradecraft Industries Lunch and Learn Series

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Tradecraft Industries

6145 Broadway

Denver, CO 80216

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Join Galvanize Law and Tradecraft Industries for a Lunch and Learn series on issues designed to help you meet your business goals

About this event

Galvanize Law Group and Tradecraft Industries are pleased to announce a monthly Lunch and Learn series beginning May 18th through November 16th at Tradecraft Industries. Join us every third Wednesday of the month as we discuss a variety of issues designed to help you meet your business goals and improve your profitability. This series is open to everyone and the cost of $8 per event includes lunch. Learn how you can improve your business through the sessions below:

October 19: Federal Contractors Update: What Colorado Cannabis Law Means for Your Workplace

Marijuana remains illegal under federal law, which classifies it as a controlled substance. Contractors working on federally funded projects are subject to federal regulations on this issue, which impacts compliance with OSHA and other federal statutes. Learn what you need to know to ensure your workplace is in compliance.

November 16: Contracting for Success: Understanding Risk Allocation in Contracts

This Lunch and Learn will focus on understanding risk allocation in contracts to protect your business, including important COVID supply chain delays and price escalation provisions. You’ll learn about risk allocation and contract negotiation, top tips for contract negotiation, and specific contract clauses to include. This session will be further tailored to audience interests, so please submit any content requests to Jason D. Krueger at jkrueger@galvanize.law and bring your business questions for the Q&A session.

Previous Lunches:

May 18, 2022: Acquiring and Selling Businesses Part 1

Are you thinking about acquiring a business, how you will sell your business now or down the road, or simply what the value of your business and its real estate is currently worth? Join Transworld and Galvanize Law Group for this Tradecraft Industries Lunch and Learn about how small and mid-sized companies can navigate the complex waters of the sale, acquisition and growth of an organization and its commercial real estate. You’ll get tips and resources on: how to make your business sale ready; how to maximize the value of your business for sale; how to set yourself apart in the marketplace; how to avoid common pitfalls; legal considerations throughout the process.

June 15: Firing Employees Without Coming Under Fire: Reducing Risk in Terminations

Business owners need to maintain efficient and effective staff, who drive a company’s bottom line. With the pervasive labor shortages confronting nearly all industries, your company may end up with a new recruit that does not fit, or you may find that a longer-term employee is no longer working out. How can you terminate the employment relationship without getting your company into hot water? This presentation will discuss key risks that employers can face and some best practices for exposure mitigation, including Colorado Wage Claim Act compliance and personnel records keeping to mitigate discrimination claims. We will discuss recommendations for enacting consistent and professional procedures so that every “You’re fired” does not induce reality TV-worthy drama for your company.

July 21: Conflict Escalation and Resolution: Techniques You Can Use in Your Business and Personal Life - POSTPONED

NOTE: The July 21 Lunch and Learn has been postponed.

August 17: Small Contractors Business Checklist: 10 Things Your Business Needs to Know to Protect Itself from Liability in an Increasingly Complex Marketplace

Small construction businesses are often founded on the skill of talented individuals who are passionate about their trade but may not have experience in all of the aspects of running a construction business. Issues like bidding, contracting, hiring independent contractors and employees, insurance requirements, laws governing construction professionals, and more will be covered in this introductory, checklist style session. This session will be a helpful guide to making sure your business is aware of challenges in the market and has a game plan in place to be able to protect itself from unexpected problems and legal issues.

September 21: Acquiring, Valuing, and Selling Businesses Part 2

This second Acquiring, Valuing, and Selling Businesses Lunch and Learn will delve deeper into participant questions on how to navigate the complex waters of the sale, acquisition, valuation, and growth of an organization and its commercial real estate. Partnering with Transworld, this session will be tailored to meet the needs of attendees and will also include case studies and examples so you can learn how companies like yours have navigated this process.