CARES Act and the Bankruptcy Code

by Danielle Kaiser and Brent W. Houston  The Coronavirus Aid, Relief and Economic Security Act (CARES Act), enacted on March 27, 2020, provides emergency assistance to individuals, families, and businesses affected by the coronavirus pandemic.  The CARES Act also made changes to the United States Bankruptcy Code, including changes to the Small Business Reorganization Act (SBRA).  […]

Our firm is Open

Our firm has implemented recommendations suggested by the Center for Disease Control (CDC), the State of Colorado and Tri-County Health in our office. Most attorneys and staff are continuing to work remotely for the foreseeable future. Please check our website, , for email addresses and phone numbers. We are limiting access to our office, […]

Overview of Contract Law for Engineers

A. Is a Contract Important? The author has defended enough architects, engineers, and land surveyors to know that many of you do not understand the importance of memorializing your agreements in a contract signed by your client. If you believe a carefully drafted contract is merely a nicety, now is the time to change your […]

An unpleasant Notice:    A Colorado licensed Professional Engineer receives a letter from the Colorado Board of Architects, Professional Engineers and Professional Land Surveyors (Board).  The letter is sent from the Board because: Someone filed a complaint against your license; You failed to renew your license; Someone filed a lawsuit against you (or your company) and […]

Attorney, Nate Osborn discusses impeachment of witnesses based on prior inconsistent testimony. 

Happy Holidays From Montgomery Little & Soran

All of us at Montgomery Little & Soran wish you happy holidays and a healthy and prosperous 2020. In honor of our clients, colleagues and friends, we’ve made donations to the following organizations this holiday season. Please visit the websites below for more information and make a donation if you’d like: Global Down Syndrome Foundation […]

Young by and through Young v. Rally Appraisal, L.L.C., No. 18-0942, Court of Appeals of Iowa (April 3, 2019) On April 3, 2019, the Iowa Court of Appeals issued an opinion affirming the reasonable reliance requirement under the Second Restatement of Torts § 552 in an appraiser negligence case.  The Court affirmed summary judgment granted […]

Montgomery Little & Soran, PC authors successful amicus brief in Colorado Supreme Court Case upholding the collectability requirement in legal malpractice actions. On January 28, 2019, the Colorado Supreme Court issued an opinion in Case No. 17SC312, LeHouillier v. Gallegos, upholding the plaintiff’s burden to prove collectability in legal malpractice actions. The opinion re-affirms the […]

We congratulate Echo Ryan

We congratulate Echo Ryan on her swearing-in as the newly appointed Eighteenth Judicial District Magistrate. The firm will miss her legal prowess, wit, good nature and leadership.

Montgomery Little & Soran has made donations

In honor of our clients, colleagues and friends, Montgomery Little & Soran has made donations to the following organizations this Holiday season. Global Down Syndrome FoundationColorado Coalition for the HomelessColorectal Cancer AllianceWounded Warrior Project