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Colorado Supreme Court Spring Real Estate Round-Up: Forest City v. Rogers, In re Goodman v. Heritage Builders, McShane v. Stirling Ranch Property Owners Association

The Colorado Supreme Court recently issued several topical real estate opinions. They address (i) whether privity of contract is required to bring a breach of implied warranty of suitability claim; (ii) the parameters for timeliness of third party claims in construction defect cases; and (iii) the scope of an exculpatory clause that protects, by its terms, a HOA’s internal board but not the HOA itself. These cases have notable implications for developers, builders, associations, and homeowners alike.
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The latest real estate and land use news and updates.

Denver City Council Advances Tourist Improvement District Proposal

A Denver City Council committee has taken the first step toward creating Colorado’s first-ever tourist improvement district.  On Wednesday, June 7, the Business, Arts, Workforce & Aeronautical Services committee unanimously approved Bill 17-0653, authorizing the district, which is designed as a mechanism to help fund tourism-related facility improvements and services like the upcoming $233 million...

Rocky Mountain Sign Law Blog

Regulatory, best practices, and other First Amendment news.

Naked and Apparently Unafraid in San Francisco: Ninth Circuit Upholds Public Nudity Ban

This post was authored by Otten Johnson summer law clerk David Brewster.  David is a rising third-year law student at the University of Denver Sturm College of Law. Is a birthday suit like burning a draft card?  Last week, the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals took on a First Amendment challenge to San Francisco’s public...

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