Twitter & Social Media Affiliate Marketing Guidelines

By Debra Zimmer, CWCC Member How do you handle a Social Media or Twitter post when you are an affiliate marketer? Last night I was at an event where an attorney spoke about internet marketing laws. I asked her this very question and she responded about how there was no good legal guideline in tort […]

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Tools for Managing Risk in Commercial Contracting

By Sandra B. Wick Mulvany, CWCC Member Managing risk is something on the mind of essentially all business owners, whether small or large.  In the world of commercial contracts, there is no “one size fits all” approach.  When navigating through what may be viewed as challenging waters, there are risk allocation tools, two of which […]

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Mediation Offers Business Owners a Two-For-One Deal

By Georgine Kryda, CWCC Member Mediation offers a business owner a two-for-one opportunity:  the potential both to resolve disputes and to gain insights regarding how well the business is functioning. Think about an unhappy client or a B2B connection that is not working as well as you had anticipated.  If you’ve tried speaking directly with […]

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The Lawmaker Awards – Honoring Lawmakers for 16 Years

On November 3, 2011, 150 guests convened at the Governor’s Residence at the Boettcher Mansion to honor Colorado Lawmakers who have supported women through sponsoring bills addressing women’s issues. The first honorees this year were Senator Betty Boyd (D) and Representative Amy Stephens (R) for their sponsorship of SB 200, which established a state health […]

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