May 2011 Trial

A Douglas County Court dismissed professional negligence claims against Nate Osborn's client at the start of trial on May 9, 2011. Nate then proceeded to trial in the same case for his other client, a lender, and the court entered a directed verdict at the close of plaintiff's evidence in favor of Nate's client.
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Summary Judgment

A Douglas County District Court issued an Order the first week of May 2011 granting summary judgment on all claims in favor of Chris Little's client and against the plaintiff in a professional liability case.This case was scheduled for trial on May 31, 2011.The claims dismissed alleged fraud, conspiracy and negligence.
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Seminars

David Little and Chris Little presented on risk management and legal malpractice claims at seminars presented by the Colorado Bar Association CLE. On February 4, 2011 Chris Little lectured on litigation risks in a talk titled "Miscellaneous Minefields--Electronically Stored Information (ESI) and Litigation Finance Companies." On April 15, 2011 Dave Little lectured on Alternative Lawyer Relationships at the program, "Malpractice Insurance Coverage: What's In Your Policy?"
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Firm Attorneys Contribute to Treatise on Colorado Construction Law

In July 2010, several of the firm's construction law attorneys were asked to contribute to the revised volume of The Practitioner's Guide to Colorado Construction Law. John Riley and Bill Searfoorce authored sections of the edition of the series, published by CLE in Colorado.
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Supreme Court Opinion

On June 28, 2010, the Colorado Supreme Court ruled in favor of Fred Skillern's client in Hicks v. Joondeph, et al, which will be a leading case in the area of lien priorities and equitable subrogation.
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May 2010 Trial

Chris Little represented a client in a legal malpractice case in a jury trial in Montrose County District Court in May, 2010.
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Verdict in Favor of HOA

In March 2010, Fred Skillern and Nathan Osborn successfully defended a large homeowner association in a Jefferson County District Court trial on a challenge to the adoption of certain amendments to the subdivision's protective covenants. After the successful ruling, the association was awarded judgment for its attorney fees. The next day, in a related case, Skillern and Osborn successfully obtained a preliminary injunction for the association in Park County District...
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