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February 2017 Archives

Part-2 look: an optimal venue for complex insurance matters?

The publication Legal Intelligencer poses the hypothetical question quite directly, to wit: As either an insured party or insurance company that has tried unsuccessfully to resolve a legal matter via nonbinding mediation, is it now better to seek resolution through binding arbitration or in a court of law?

For a complex insurance dispute, arbitration or the courtroom?

If you're involved in an insurance-related dispute in Colorado or elsewhere across the country (either as an insurer or insured), what is the more preferable process for you to invoke to resolve your challenge -- arbitration or formal adversarialism under the oversight of a judge?

Construction Challenges: Numerous Causes of Roof Defects

While most people would like to assume that every aspect of a building's construction is executed perfectly, this isn't always the case. For example, a roof located in Breckenridge recently collapsed. Of course, this is a scary situation because there is the potential for people to develop injuries as a result of any roof collapse.

Construction litigation reform: Will new legislation fly?

As noted in a Colorado publication earlier this month, state lawmakers "have tried and narrowly failed for years" to craft compromise legislation that would satisfy customarily opposed interests regarding an important business matter.

Court case considers extent of an insurer's liability

It's a fair question: If an insurance company is found to have breached its contractual duty to defend a case against an insured party, but hasn't acted in bad faith in doing so (in other words, it made a conscientious decision to deny coverage in good faith), is its liability capped by policy limits plus defense costs?


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