BROWN Legal L.L.C.

70 E. Spaulding Ave.

Suite 2

Pueblo West, CO  81007

Open 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.

Monday through Friday 

(719) 696-7560

Here at BROWN Legal, we aim to provide a unique experience for people who are in need of legal services in Southern Colorado.  We don't feel that you should have to be uncomfortable with your lawyer or your legal matter.  You should be able to talk with a lawyer like an old friend, and understand what they are telling you just as well!

BROWN Legal approaches the practice of law like the country doctor of yore, with basic knowledge across a variety of topics and a few specialties thrown in.  And like the country doctor, BROWN Legal makes house calls!

Explore our website to see some of the many legal services that we offer for individuals, businesses, and small governmental entities.  Or better yet, give us a call at (719) 696-7560 to schedule a free consultation.

Copyright win for Google Books!

Posted 4/21/2016

Read the article from EFF here.

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EFF wins important victory in Cyberspace!

Posted 4/21/2016

No, a violation of your company's computer usage policy does not equal a criminal offense!

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Sue your Parents? Why not!

Posted 3/7/2014

Check out the story on CNN.com.

So apparently, if you feel like you are entitled to do as you please when you turn 18, you are also entitled to file a lawsuit for all those nifty things (like private schooling and a college education) that parents do for good, obedient children?  If you are old enough to claim you are emancipated, you are certainly old enough to support yourself!

Rachael Canning and her attorney, John Inglesino, in court.  Photo by Reuters.

 

Now, I understand there are some other twists in this story, including some that should disturb the lawyers out there.  For example, would you allow a fifteen year old girl to drink vodka in your home and then represent her in this lawsuit?  But this begs the question - do you think the judge in this case was right to deny the initial relief requested?  Do you support the teenager?

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