Electric cooperatives are not government agencies but they share some similarities in that there are unique rules that cover how co-ops enact bylaws, run elections, and conduct meetings. Attorneys can often provide valuable counsel for electric co-op boards and members, answering their questions and helping resolve conflicts and disputes.
JVAM’s attorneys understand the intricacies of electric co-op regulations and requirements, including rules for elections and meeting procedures. In addition to electric co-ops, we represent government agencies as well as nonprofit organizations that receive government funding. Our lawyers help ensure your co-op’s actions and policies comply with broader Colorado and federal law.
Some of the services we provide for electric cooperatives include:
- General counsel services, including advice on employment issues
- Reviewing and drafting bylaws
- Resolving disputes between the members and board