Year: 2012

Representing Clients In Complex Matters Throughout Colorado

Part 1 – Avoiding Unnecessary Owner/Developer Liability – The Role of the Owner’s Representative

Posted by ADMIN | PUBLISHED: May 29, 2012 at 18:32 PM | UPDATED: 17:43 PM

During construction, walking the line between ensuring the Owner’s best interests are met  and allowing the construction professionals – the architects, engineers, general contractors, subcontractors, planning consultants – to do their job can be a tightrope act for any Owner’s Representative in a construction project.  After all, an experienced OR may be tasked with spearheading […]


Conservation Easement Tax Credits–The Changing Status of Transferees

Posted by ADMIN | PUBLISHED: March 27, 2012 at 18:31 PM | UPDATED: 18:38 PM

Recent changes to Colorado law concerning challenges to the disallowance of conservation easement tax credits may have a significant impact on transferees of those credits.  For many years, Colorado has provided tax incentives to landowners who donate conservation easements on their Colorado properties.  An incentive system of state income tax credits was created to provide […]


Recent Developments Regarding the Interstate Land Sales Full Disclosure Act.

Posted by ADMIN | PUBLISHED: January 16, 2012 at 18:30 PM | UPDATED: 18:38 PM

The Interstate Land Sales Full Disclosure Act (ISLA) is a federal law which governs the sale or lease of subdivided property through the use of interstate commerce. If a real estate developer or its agent markets or offers any property for sale using “interstate commerce” and does not meet an exemption to ISLA, then the […]