Lawyers’ Professional Liability Insurance, Purchase and Coverage Issues, Colorado Lawyer, June 2019 by Christopher B. Little

Wood Ris by Christopher B. Little

Bewley v Semler by Christopher B. Little

LeHouillier v Gallegos by Christopher B. Little

Lawyers Professional Liability Insurance – 2018 Update By Christopher Buckman, MBA and Michael McCormick, Esq.

Whoops-Legal Malpractice Prevention by David C. Little/Christopher B. Little

“An Annotated Arbitration Clause,” Conference on Consumer Finance Law, Automotive Sales Finance Organizations (2002) – Christopher A. Taravella, Co-Author

Contributing Editor to The Practioner’s Guide to Colorado Construction Law, Chapter 7, The Owner of the Construction Project – John R. Riley

“The Farmer’s Right to Counsel: Why Every Farmer Should Hire an Attorney,” August 2016 Colorado Cattleman’s Association Newsletter – Nathan G. Osborn

“Implied Easements: The Complicated Cousin of the Express Easement,” The Colorado Lawyer, December 2014, Vol. 43, No. 13 – Nathan G. Osborn

“Prescriptive Easements in Colorado,” Fall 2014 Colorado Bar Association Real Estate Law Newsletter – Nathan G. Osborn

Lawyers’ Professional Liability in Colorado, Third Ed., Risk Management Chapter 13 (Michael T. Mihm, ed., CLE in Colo., Inc.) (supplement as needed and as recently as January 2017) – Christopher B. Little

Whoops: I suggested my client borrow money to finance the lawsuit: What Could Go Wrong? 40 The Colorado Lawyer 69 (April 2011) – Christopher B. Little

Zubulake and the Duty To Preserve Electronically Stored Data, 37 The Colorado Lawyer 95 (September 2008) – Christopher B. Little

Claims of Professional Misconduct: What to Do When You’ve Been Grieved and Sued, 37 The Colorado Lawyer 65 (June 2008) – Christopher B. Little

Learn From My Experiences, The Docket (June 2006) – Christopher B. Little

Just Say No To Judicial Term Limits, The Docket (May 2006) – Christopher B. Little

Merit System Celebrates 40 Years, The Docket (March 2006) – Christopher B. Little

Give Back This Holiday Season, The Docket (December 2005) – Christopher B. Little

The Aftermath of Katrina, The Docket (October 2005) – Christopher B. Little

Rule on Insurance Disclosure May Impact Colorado, 33 The Colorado Lawyer 89 (October 2004) – Christopher B. Little

Changes to Model Rules and New Corporate Governance Resolution: A Reaction to Corporate Malfeasance, 32 The Colorado Lawyer 72 (October 2003) – Christopher B. Little

Old Business and Defining the Practice of Law, 32 The Colorado Lawyer 32 (April 2003) – Christopher B. Little

Breach of Fiduciary Duty In The Lawyer’s Professional Liability Claim, When Is There A Separate Cause of Action? 29 The Colorado Lawyer 101 (November 2000) – Christopher B. Little

Ethics 2000. Authored Subcommittee Comments for the American Bar Association’s Lawyers’ Professional Liability Committee-Informed Consent (2000) – Christopher B. Little

Lawyers’ Professional Liability Insurance: Why You Need It and Where to Get It – by Christopher B. Little

Should Expert Witnesses Be Deposed? – by David C. Little

The Rule against Perpetuities – Tips for the RAP Trap by Frederick B. Skillern

Colorado Real Estate Case Law Update 2015 by Frederick B. Skillern

Colorado Real Estate Case Law Update 2014 by Frederick B. Skillern

Negotiating Condemnation Clauses by Michael McCormick

Drafting Condemnation Clauses for Leases in Colorado – Issues and Strategies by Michael R. McCormick 43 The Colorado Lawyer 57 (January 2014)
Michael R. McCormick Biography

What to Do – A Third Party is Paying My Client’s Fees by Rachel L. Kranz and Christopher B. Little 42 The Colorado Lawyer 111 (Whoops – Legal Malpractice Prevention August 2013)
Rachel L. Kranz Biography
Christopher B. Little Biography

2012 Judicial Foreclosure Actions – Procedures and Tactics By: Frederick B. Skillern

Informed Consent Under the Rules of Professional Conduct By: David C. Little

Third-Party Litigation Funding: Understanding the Risks By: Christopher B. Little

Zubulake and the Duty to Preserve Electronically Stored Data By: Christopher B. Little

Claims of Professional Misconduct: What to Do When You’ve Been Grieved and Sued By: Christopher B. Little

Kelo Confined – Colorado Safeguards Against Condemnation for Public – Private Transportation Projects By: Michael R. McCormick

Risk and Office Management Suggestions For Sole and Small Group Pratictioners By: David C. Little

“An Annotated Arbitration Clause.” Conference on Consumer Finance Law Quarterly Report Vol. 56, No. 3-4, Summer and Fall, 2002. By: Christopher A. Taravella, John C. Tracy, and Kathleen Moran