It would certainly be optimal for every construction project -- both residential and commercial -- to yield an ideal outcome for all participants in Colorado or wherever else it is undertaken.
Excessive government spending has been a sore point for many voters. Whether it is a million-dollar study to find out if cows fall in love or $600 toilets seats, many Americans view the government as wasteful.
Some law firms in Colorado and elsewhere are known primarily as "boutique" firms for their limited focus in a specific niche area of the law. For some of our readers, that might readily imply something like family law or an estate planning focus.
For subcontractors working in the Centennial State, a ruling by the Colorado State Court of Appeals may have made some legal aspects of construction trades considerably more complicated. Colorado laws establish two different time limits for filing lawsuits against subcontractors for deficient work: The statute of limitations and the statute of repose. A new legal interpretation of the second can affect how you do business going forward.