The Colorado Civil Access Pilot Program (“CCAPP”) significantly impacts timelines associated with service, disclosures, pleadings and discovery in District Court litigation.  CCAPP also impacts the scope of discovery and limits the use of experts at trial.  CCAPP was designed with the goal of streamlining litigation so that costs are kept at a minimum and casesGo to Resource
This article provides a brief overview of mediation concepts and uses. Mediation is a powerful and creative dispute resolution process. Associations should consider mediation as an alternative approach for resolving certain disputes that arise in their communities. Mediation is an informal process where a neutral third party helps the disputing parties to negotiate a mutuallyGo to Resource
The relationship between a homeowner and their community association has been increasingly defined in litigation in recent years, due to the rapid growth of common interest communities and the issues being presented to the courts.  The community association is usually an incorporated entity operating under corporate nonprofit status.  The community association was created by theGo to Resource