David Closson

Shareholder - Transaction

Phone: 303.991.2000
Dave is a shareholder with Altitude Community Law and the head of our Business Law Group department. Dave is a Colorado Native, born in Boulder, with a law degree and MBA from CU. His years of running a business and handling real estate transactions is a perfect fit for associations. He is tenacious and tactical in accomplishing deals – no matter how small or large, and in the process he never fails to get the result the client wants.

Education:
B.A., Colorado State University – 1995
MBA, University of Colorado School of Law – 2002
Juris Doctorate, University of Colorado School of Law – 2002

Professional Organizations:
Community Associations Institute – Since 2010

Admitted In:
Colorado

Upcoming Speaking Engagements:

7/16 – Adult Swim Time and Other No-Nos for Rules and Covenants

10/15 – Insurance Refresher

12/3 – Ask the Experts!

Recent Publications by David A. Closson

Damages resulting from hail storms and water leaks are two of the most common insurance claims for townhouse and condominium associations. The Colorado hail season runs from mid-April to mid-September. According to the Rocky Mountain Insurance Information Association, Colorado’s Front Range sees about three or four catastrophic hails storms in a typical season. If you have livedGo to Article

Unexpected Expenses? – A community loan may be the solution

Whether it be an unexpected repair or an insurance deductible, homeowners associations are more commonly turning to lenders for community association loans.  This is especially true for condominium associations who may be facing large insurance deductibles related to hail damage. Loans for the Payment of Insurance Deductibles Over the last several years there have beenGo to Resource

Association Funds – Look Before You Spend

Part of the duties of a community association’s board of directors includes fiscal responsibility.  Among other things, the board of directors is tasked with prioritizing and making decisions regarding the best use of the association’s limited financial resources.  Expenses such as common area maintenance, insurance, water, and professional services including management, accounting, and legal areGo to Resource
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