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Sherman & Howard Lawyers Author Chapter in NITA’s Remote Advocacy Primer for Trial Lawyers and Litigators

DENVER, Colo. (May 29, 2020) — Sherman & Howard trial lawyers Kelly Robinson, Christian Hendrickson, and Allison Mikulecky, who completed one of the first remote trials in Colorado during the coronavirus pandemic, co-authored a chapter in the National Institute for Trial Advocacy’s newly published e-Book, Remote Advocacy: A Guide to Survive and Thrive. Titled “Beyond […]

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Chambers USA 2020 Recognizes Sherman & Howard and Its Attorneys

DENVER, Colo. (April 23, 2020) — Sherman & Howard is pleased to announce that Chambers USA today recognized 19 of our attorneys and five of our firm’s practice areas in its 2020 edition of Chambers USA. Chambers USA is a legal industry publication that ranks the top lawyers and law firms across the United States […]

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COVID-19: Business Continuity Plan Implemented

Given the uncertainty of the coronavirus pandemic, Sherman & Howard has implemented its business continuity plan. Effective Monday, March 16, all of our office spaces will be closed and our firm operations will continue remotely. This precautionary measure is intended to help slow the spread of the virus and prioritize the safety of our clients, […]

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COVID-19: Resource Hub

Sherman & Howard has mobilized a multidisciplinary Coronavirus (COVID-19) team of legal advisors to provide real-time insights and practical guidance on the myriad issues arising as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic. As the pandemic evolves, our team is helping clients mitigate risk, limit losses, create contingency plans, and respond both to the immediate legal, […]

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[Webinar] Management Liability Risks & COVID-19

Chris Mosley, chair of the Insurance Recovery Group, joins a BoK Financial Insurance-sponsored webinar panel discussion on management liability risks related to COVID-19 as they impact D&O and EPLI coverage issues. The team provides an understanding of the key issues and an overview of how you can navigate COVID-19-related allegations and litigations that could impact […]

IRS Clarifies CARES Act Provisions for Retirement Plan Coronavirus-Related Distributions, Participant Loan Enhancements and Required Minimum Distributions

By Kathy Odle, Kirsten Stewart, and George Tsai IRS issues important guidance, including tax reporting clarification, to retirement plan sponsors and administrators on dealing with coronavirus-related distributions, participant loan repayment deferrals, and required minimum distributions that are waived for 2020. Read the full advisory HERE. […]

OSHA Issues Non-Mandatory Guidance for Reopening

By Patrick Miller On June 17, 2020, the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (“OSHA”) issued its “Guidance on Returning to Work.” Designed to “assist employers and workers in safely returning to work and reopening businesses deemed by local authorities as ‘non-essential businesses’ during the evolving Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) pandemic,” the document does little to […]

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