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To our clients and colleagues,
 
We hope you and those close to you are healthy and safe during these uncertain times. 
 
To protect the health and safety of our team and their families, and to do our part to “flatten the curve”, we have closed the physical office.  However, Zupkus & Angell is virtually operating and with regular business hours during the pandemic.
 
For many years, we have made technology a priority and created a platform which allows our entire team, including attorneys and staff, to work from anywhere with the full capabilities of being in the physical offices.
 
If you call our main line, you will be directed to your attorney or staff member as normal, if available.  We also have the capacity for video conferencing should you wish to discuss your matter face-to-face. 
 
We cherish our relationships with clients, family, and colleagues.  If you have any questions, comments, or concerns, or if there is anything we can do to help, please call us.
 
Wishing you and yours health and safety in this difficult time.

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Greetings to all of our clients and colleagues:
 
We wanted to reach out in light of the concerns surrounding COVID-19.  Our goal is to keep our employees and everyone with whom we have interacted as safe as possible. 
 
As of now, our physical office remains open.
 
For many years, Zupkus and Angell has made technology a priority and created a platform which allows our entire team, including attorneys and staff, to work from anywhere with the full capabilities of being in the physical offices. Ultimately, it will be business as usual for Zupkus and Angell. 
 
We cherish our relationships with clients, family, and colleagues.  If you have any questions, comments, or concerns, or if there is anything we can do to help, please call us. 
 
Wishing you and yours health and safety in this difficult time.

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Colorado employers beware—significant changes to critical employment regulations have been made and will soon take effect

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In personal injury cases, plaintiffs attempt to recover damages for injuries allegedly caused by another party. In adjudicating such claims, courts necessarily must consider the medical records and information of the plaintiff. Recently, we’ve seen a flurry of requests for protective orders to protect the confidential information of plaintiffs contained within their medical records.  This initially may seem like a perfectly reasonable request — until we delve more deeply into why such protective orders are not only unnecessary but also make it difficult if not impossible for insurance carriers to fulfill their own legal obligations and conduct the ordinary business operations of an indemnity company.

With changes in the federal minimum wage overtime pay threshold on the horizon, the Colorado Department of Labor and Employment is also considering whether to update the Colorado Minimum Wage Order. If labor advocates have their way, the state would raise the overtime exemption threshold to 2.5 times the state’s minimum wage, making nearly 400,000 additional full-time employees in Colorado eligible for overtime pay.

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