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PLEASE NOTE that as of April 1, 2015, Brian Nugent has joined the law firm of Holland & Hart, LLP and Nugent Law, P.C. will begin a process of winding down. Mr. Nugent’s new email address at Holland & Hart is BMNugent@hollandhart.com. His new work phone number will be 303-295-8034. You can visit the Holland & Hart website at www.hollandhart.com. He can also be reached on his cell phone at (970) 222-5205. That number will not change. At Holland & Hart, Mr. Nugent will continue to provide the same level and type of legal services as was provided at Nugent Law. Mr. Nugent will continue to work from Colorado and represent clients across the country in the areas of employment law, co-employment, unemployment tax, and corporate and insurance matters. He will continue to focus on PEOs and temporary staffing companies, and now will have additional resources to provide expertise in areas like ERISA, health care, and tax. He welcomes your interest in him at the new firm! Kandace Majoros also will be leaving Nugent Law and, effective April 1, 2015, will be opening the firm of Majoros Law LLC. Her firm is located at 417 W. Mountain Avenue, Fort Collins, Colorado 80521. Ms. Majoros’s new work phone number is (970) 484-4822, and her new email address is firstname.lastname@example.org. Ms. Majoros will continue representing clients in the areas of family law and employment law and will be continuing her mediation practice. Ms. Majoros, who is admitted to practice in Colorado, Arizona and California, remains committed to serving the interests of her clients in Colorado and beyond, and she looks forward to the opportunity to assist both current and future clients at her new firm.
On August 8th, 2013, the firm successfully defended a client in a major unemployment tax case against the state of Hawaii, Department of Labor and Industrial Relations. The ruling forced the state to comply with federal mandates, contained in the federal (and state) unemployment statutes, and to recalculate Taxpayers’ contribution rates, resulting in a significant tax reduction for the client.
On February 27, 2012, the Colorado Supreme Court upheld an appeals court decision that the Colorado Division of Employment and Training could not combine unemployment insurance accounts for five commonly-owned PEO entities. Read the decision here.
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