Stephanie D.

Stephanie D. Loughner

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Stephanie has a diverse corporate and commercial law practice that has led to considerable experience in the areas of corporate compliance, including employment and privacy law. She supports clients in a variety of ways from the inception of its business, through compliance reviews, corporate and client management, policy matters, acquisitions, and commercial contracting. 

As Co-Chair of Moye White’s Employment Group, her employment practice involves counseling clients through the hire to the fire of employee relationships including regularly advising on employment and severance agreements and disputes such as EEOC claims and non-competes. She works with executives and other professionals, partnerships, and start-ups to find policies and solutions for business management.

For corporate and real estate clients, she works from the ground up and through service, property management, vendor and broker agreements, master service agreements and everything in-between. Stephanie also dissects and advises on state and federal law changes for compliance, and represents clients on regulatory matters.

For health care clients, Stephanie enjoys working with practices and health tech clients alike.  In the state of health care and emerging health tech options, this is an exciting time to explore and support growth of the firm’s health care focused clients.

Publications and Articles

Colorado Firms on New Tech Use in the Pandemic
Law Week Colorado, December 20, 2021

So, you’d like new policies?
Denver Business Journal, June 11, 2021

Queer to Stay
Denver Business Journal, June 11, 2021

The WARNING Rules: What managers must know
Colorado Real Estate Journal's Property Management Quarterly, April 2, 2021

Changes in Colorado’s employment law for 2021
ColoradoBiz, December 10, 2020

‘Not Too Late’ to Prepare for Colorado’s Equal Pay Law
Law Week Colorado, August 2020

Top Employment Law Attorneys Share COVID-19 Challenges
Law Week Colorado, May 2020

An Option for Employers Looking to Maintain their Work Force
Moye White Blog, May 2020

Colorado Lawyers Share Advice on Unique Layoff Challenges Caused by the

Denver Business Journal, May 5, 2020

What Colorado Employment Lawyers are Telling Their Clients About COVID-19
Denver Business Journal, March 30, 2020

Colorado’s Overtime and Minimum Pay Standards Order
Moye White Blog, March 2020

It’s Time to Reassess Problematic Workplace Dress Codes: Tips for updating your employee handbook
ColoradoBiz Magazine, August 20, 2019

Five ways to make your craft brewery employment practices more attractive to investors
Craft Brewing Business, January 7, 2019

A Busy U.S Supreme Court Bolsters Employers in Two Recent Decisions
Colorado Bar Association Business Section Newsletter, May 30, 2018

Speaking Engagements and Presentations

“Law Firm Culture: Reflecting Your Internal Values to Attract and Retain Client and Talent” 
MPF Virtual Conference Series “Empowering Women in Law Firm Leadership,” June 2022

“Colorado PFML Update” 
HUB International Webinar, June 2022

“Employment Wake-Up: Managing an Inclusive Workplace” 
American Society for Gastrointestinal Endoscopy, November 2021

“2021 Legal Update” 
CHARM, January 2021

“Equal Pay for Equal Work” 
Ally Law, January 2021

“Labor and Employment Law Nuts and Bolts: For New Attorneys and Those New to the Practice” 
CBA-CLE Employment Law Conference, October 2020

Getting Coloradoans Back to Work
Moye White Webinar, May 2020

“What Else Not to Ask in an Interview: The Impact of the New Colorado Equal Pay for Equal Work Act” 
Moye White Construction Webinar, March 2020

Entrepreneur Roundtable
“Ask a Lawyer”
Investors Circle, March 2017

“Controlling Unemployment Compensation Costs”
National Business Institute, November 2016

“Discipline and Discharge in the Digital Age”
LERA Fall Conference, September 2016

“Employee-related Fires You Don’t Want to Happen to Your Business”
Employment Law Fireside Chat, Moye White, November 2015

“Managing Third Party Vendor Relationships”
National Business Institute, July 2015