Law Offices of Randall M. Weiner, P.C. helps WildEarth Guardians seek injunction against Colorado Parks and Wildlife’s plans to kill predators

In March, the Law Offices of Randall M. Weiner, P.C. assisted WildEarth Guardians in filing a motion for preliminary injunction against Colorado Parks and Wildlife, the Parks and Wildlife Commission, and the Department of Natural Resources.  The injunction motion requests that the Denver County District Court halt defendants’ plans to kill mountain lions and black bears […]

Randall M. Weiner Arguing in Front of Colorado Supreme Court on March 9, 2017

Randall M. Weiner of the Law Offices of Randall M. Weiner, P.C., is appearing in the Colorado Supreme Court on Thursday, March 9 at 2:30 PM to participate in oral argument in Smokebrush Foundation et al. v. City of Colorado Springs. Our firm represents the Smokebrush Foundation, Katherine Tudor, and Donald Goede in this important case […]

Quick Business Tip: Use Your Business Name Correctly

Are you using your business name correctly?  In Colorado, you always need to use either i) the full name of your business, including the part(s) that designate you as a limited liability entity; or ii) a trade name that has been registered with the Secretary of State. First, remember that most names have identifiers in them that […]

The Law Offices of Randall M. Weiner Sponsors Benefit for the Nomad Playhouse

The Law Offices of Randall M. Weiner was pleased to be a sponsor of a bluegrass benefit concert for the Nomad Playhouse in Boulder, Colorado on September 17, 2016. The Nomad is owned by Tara Performing Arts High School. Tara is committed to reviving the Nomad’s legacy as a lively community cultural center in North […]

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Lawsuit compelled oil exploration companies that excessively trampled sensitive grasslands to pay damages to landowners.