A quote by an American essayist named Agnes Repplier reads: “Fair play is less characteristic of groups than of individuals.” I want to put that to rest as far as the citizens of Fairplay, Colorado, because they are a kind, generous and amazing group. I blew into Fairplay during a fierce storm, but couldn’t blowGo to Article
The Department of Regulatory Agencies (DORA) released its Sunset Review for the HOA Information and Resource Office on October 15, 2019 (Report). This article summarizes that Report and makes some observations. Please review the Report and draw your own conclusions. This article contains the opinions of the author, and not the opinions or positions ofGo to Article
William “Bill” H. Short has been practicing law in Wyoming since 2006 under special admission rules for various cases. We are expanding our focus to serve Wyoming clients. We are proud to announce that Bill Short has been admitted to practice law in Wyoming. Bill Short will continue to practice here in Denver at ourGo to Article
Last Friday would have been the 6th Annual Community Can-Can. Time flies quickly, but no matter how many years have gone by, Altitude Community Law remains committed in our support of the community, and to the Food Bank of the Rockies specifically.
The Colorado Court of Appeals recently held that a lender’s ability to enforce its rights under a promissory note and deed of trust lapsed as a result of the lender’s failure to bring a lawsuit within applicable statute of limitations period. In Tidwell v. Bevan Properties, Ltd., Bevan Properties, LLC (“Bevan”) lent BLT Consulting (“BLT”)Go to Article