At HKJP, we believe in educating our clients so they can make informed decisions. We have authored numerous publications and articles for the benefit of our clients and the legal community. Below you will find some of these articles.
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The Two (2) Year Statute of Limitations and Six (6) Year Statute of Repose No Longer Limit a Contractor’s Third-Party Claims
Substantial Completion for A Subcontractor is When It Finishes Its Work on the Improvement - Click here for the PDF Version
Colorado Premises Liability Litigation: A Defense Perspective
Tad S. Rogers v. Forest City Stapleton, Inc. and FC Stapleton II, LLC - Appellate Court Expands the Implied Warranty of Habitability for Developers
Fisher vs State Farm Mutual Automobile Insurance Company
Implications Posed by Insurance Appraisals
Criminal Restitution's Impact on Civil Litigation and Insurance Coverage
Getting Legally High on Marijuana in Colorado May Not Actually be Legal
Winning at Deposition – Review of Legal Resources by Thomas H. Falivene
Claims Management March 2014, Issue 3, Volume 3 Around the Nation, COLORADO, Cost-Sharing Allocation for Construction Defect
Doing More With Less
New Colorado Case law Expands Admissible Evidence affecting Billed vs. Paid Issue
Claims Management October 2013, Issue 10, Volume 2 Around the Nation, COLORADO, Flooding Takes Over
Colorado Construction Defect Litigation
Colorado's Homeowner Protection Act and Its Prospective Impact on Construction Defect Litigation
Risk Spreading Management - New strategies for handling CGL claims are gaining traction in the industry.
Disclaimer: The articles contained herein are intended for general information purposes only. Nothing contained in this document is legal advice, nor should it be relied upon as such.