Colorado’s New Restrictive Covenant Law: What Employers Must Know

In this webinar, attorneys from Fisher Phillips, answer common questions about Prevailing Wage Law in Colorado: • Who is subject to prevailing wage law? • Who is subject to prevailing wage law? • The Davis Bacon Act • Federal vs. State prevailing wage requirements • Prevailing Wage & Apprenticeship Click to View Use Passcode: Wph%w^6L

The Gazette | Opinion | 5 min PERSPECTIVE: Moving beyond ‘college for all’

About a generation ago, society suddenly decided that going to college and getting at least a bachelor’s degree in a liberal arts field was the best course of action for one’s life, and that everyone should do it. So began a nonstop barrage from every direction into the minds of young students that college is […]

Denver Post | News | 5 Min

Denver council OKs $41M program to incentivise more sustainable buildings Gas heating for big commercial, apartment and condo buildings responsible for half of city’s greenhouse gas emissions, climate action office says… Read More

Metro Denver EDC | July 2022 | 3 Min

Monthly Economic Indicators Below you will find Metro Denver EDC’s Monthly Economic Indicators for July. Three quick insights: The unemployment rate in Metro Denver fell 0.1 percentage points to 3% in May, marking the lowest rate since before the onset of the pandemic when unemployment was 2.8% in February 2020. Nationally, the unemployment rate ticked […]

State Performance Measurements Task Force

The Colorado Energy Office (CEO) has been working with the State’s Building Performance Standards (BPS) Task Force over the last several months on developing recommendations for the State’s Building Performance Standard. To learn more about the process and the Task Force, please visit the CEO website NAOIP and BOMA joined forces on the State-Wide Building Performance Measurements […]

Washington Policy Update

Washington Policy Update MCAA offers a capsule digest of some key public policy, legislative, and regulatory developments in Washington, D.C., that will influence the MCAA policy agenda in the near and intermediate terms. Read More

Common Sense Institute’s Free Enterprise Summit

In case you missed it – Dave Davia joined a panel of some of Colorado’s top business leaders at the Common Sense Institute’s first-annual Free Enterprise Summit on December 14th. Alongside JJ Ament with the Denver Chamber; Loren Furman with the Colorado Chamber; Debbie Brown with the Colorado Business Roundtable; and Tom Brooke with Denver […]