Jason Fisher


Jason focuses his practice on corporate governance, commercial finance, commercial contracts, and employment law. He advises clients on all aspects of general corporate matters and strategic business decisions including organization structure, operating/shareholder agreements, and private debt and equity offerings.

Jason enjoys working with a diverse group of clients, from early stage startups to large, national companies. Whatever the size, Jason serves as outside counsel to support the needs of the business and assist clients with the many challenges that can arise.

Jason performs pro bono work with the Rocky Mountain Immigrant Advocacy Network (RMIAN), to assist immigrants in need gain asylum, and with the Black Farmers Legal Fund, to provide corporate legal services to minority owned agricultural businesses that are otherwise underserved by the legal community.

Outside of work, Jason enjoys getting outside and fishing the waterways of Colorado, caring for his plethora of houseplants, or settling down with a good book and his cat.


Operating/Shareholder Agreements

Strategic Business Decisions

Private Debt and Equity Offerings


Copyright Law

Important Legal Issues for Buyers and Sellers of NFTs

The rapid spread of interest in non-fungible tokens (“NFTs”) has created a billion-dollar industry as buyers bid to own the latest digital artwork and sellers cash in on the craze. However, for many buyers and sellers the intellectual property laws implicated by NFTs go unnoticed which could have costly repercussions.

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Employment Law

Colorado’s Equal Pay for Equal Work Act: What Employers Should Know

Colorado’s Equal Pay for Equal Work ACT (“EPEWA”) became effective January 1, 2021, and all companies that employ Coloradans should be aware of its provision—which may require an update to employer practices and policies—to avoid liability. By enacting EPEWA, the Colorado legislature seeks to prohibit wage discrimination on the basis of sex, which includes gender identity, or on the basis of sex combined with another protected trait such as disability, race, creed, color, national origin, sexual orientation, religion, age, or ancestry.

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