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I was recently appointed to a case as a Decision-Maker only, and not as a Parenting Coordinator/Decision-Maker, which caused me to analyze the statutes for each to determine whether a Decision-Maker needs to be a Parenting Coordinator as well. A Parenting Coordinator is appointed by the Court to assist in the resolution of disputes between […]

Professional Liability and Superseding Cause – 2018 Colorado Court of Appeals Case Danko v. Conyers A recent Colorado Court of Appeals case, Danko v. Conyers, 2018COA14 addressed a superseding cause in a medical malpractice case.  The case has some interesting aspects that may relate to legal malpractice and professional liability defense.  In a Colorado legal […]

Chris Taravella, Michael McCormick, and Christopher Carry successfully defended an appeal on behalf of a commercial landlord before the Tenth Circuit Court of Appeals. Oral argument was held on November 15, 2017. The appeal primarily concerned whether there was sufficient evidence to support the district court’s judgment in favor of the firm’s client, which was […]

Chris Taravella, Michael McCormick, and Chrisopher Carry represented a commercial landlord before the Tenth Circuit Court of Appeals.  Oral argument was held on November 15, 2017.  The appeal primarily concerns whether there was sufficient evidence to support the district court’s conclusions in favor of the firm’s client following a bench trial.  At the district court, […]

On September 1, 2017, Mr. Martino spoke with a caller that recently received an offer from the government to purchase 1700 square feet of her property for only seven hundred dollars (44 cents per square foot) for a bike path on a highway project. The property included trees and landscaping for which the government offered […]

Nate Osborn presented on real estate technology at the 35th Annual Colorado Real Estate Symposium. 

Colorado’s growth spurs government land grabbing – and it’s getting expensiveExpensive eminent domain cases swell in face of Denver infrastructure projects. [Read the article at denverpost.com]

Echo Ryan and Will Ross File successful Amicus Brief

The parents of a child hit by a car when he was allegedly frightened by the defendants’ dogs when the dogs allegedly rushed the fence behind which they were contained brought a claim of negligence against the owner of the dogs.  On June 26, 2017, the Colorado Supreme Court entered an opinion agreeing with the […]

The Colorado Court of Appeals recently dealt with yet another short-term rentals dispute.  In O’Neil v. Conejos County Board of Commissioners, the O’Neils owned a vacation home that they would visit and rent out to short-term renters.  The County Assessor, for property tax purposes, reclassified the home as a commercial property because of the short-term […]

A Nebraska District Court recently held that a jury trial waiver provision in an escrow agreement was enforceable.  In DAB Incorporated v. Sunbelt Rentals, Inc., a real estate purchase agreement incorporated the terms of an escrow agreement.  A term of the escrow agreement was, in short, that the contracting parties agreed to waive their right […]