Building for the Future

Coronavirus has changed how we work, how we educate our kids, how we socialize with friends and nearly every other aspect of our lives. For the many small businesses and small business owners, these changes have been difficult. Restaurants are closing or having to adapt to carry out and reduced capacities. Gyms and fitness centers require masks, constant cleaning and even plastic bubbles for our workouts. All of us are working from home and dealing with the new challenges that come with that. We have traded in-person meetings for Zoom calls, webinars and virtual training. We are making some progress, aided no doubt by the fact that toilet paper is back on the store shelves.

In this environment, it would be easy to say that the apocalypse has arrived and we should prepare for the downfall of civilization. But these changes also bring new opportunities. Working from home means we get to spend more time with our family. We have taken more time to get outside and enjoy the local parks, walking paths, trails and the many amazing natural wonders all around us. Our work has changed too. The shock to the system made us evaluate our daily activities and how we could use technology to work more efficiently. The world is changing and lots of new opportunities are arising to take the place of things that have not survived the pandemic.

One of my favorite parts of being a small business owner is the ability to try new things and use new systems to create a better client experience in working with my firm. Throughout the changes, my commitment to providing excellent legal services to clients has never wavered. The new practice areas, the strategic deployment of technology, the use of new instruments and other changes to the business are always designed to make your experience with my firm better.

You are going to see several changes coming to our website and service offerings over the next few months. These changes will allow us to continue to provide the high quality legal services you expect from our firm as the environment changes around us. We look forward to these new opportunities and new ways to serve. In the meantime, please feel free to call or contact us if you have questions or need help with a legal matter.

Stay safe and healthy and make sure to spend time with your family and friends.

Thank you!

International Energy Industry Capabilities

Kinney Law Office is founded on a singular commitment to excellence in developing solutions for our clients.  Legal issues are always mixed with financial, business, political and cultural factors.  Understanding these factors and the context of the situation often makes the difference between success and failure.  Our ability to use this broader view of the legal challenge is what sets us apart and makes us a unique firm.  We offer a range of capabilities to our energy sector clients that identify and resolve legal and other issues that can sink a project - saving money and moving the project forward. 

We work in many countries around the world at various stages of development and bring that experience to every project we take on.  From petroleum laws and regulations to electricity transactions to risk analysis and mitigation, our lawyers and consultants understand the unique challenges that come with working in the international energy business.  We are the firm to call when you have a challenging project that needs focused attention from a team that believes in your project as much as you do.

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Kinney Law Office
390 Interlocken Crescent
Suite 350
Broomfield, Colorado 80021
tel: 303.386.4328
fax: 307.633.9729
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109 East 17th Street
Suite 5168
Cheyenne, Wyoming 82001
tel: 307.633.9728
fax: 307.633.9729
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