Entries by Valarie Roche

Don’t Let Emotional Support Animals Drive You Crazy – By: Brandy Natalzia

If you own or manage residential rental property in Colorado, you may have noticed a growing trend in tenant requests for “reasonable accommodations” in the form of emotional support animals (ESAs). Reasonable accommodations are defined as when a tenant asks a landlord to make a change in an existing rule or policy so they may […]

Otis, Bedingfield & Peters, LLC attorney Shannan de Jesús appointed to the Greeley Philharmonic Orchestra Board of Directors

Otis, Bedingfield & Peters, LLC is proud to announce that attorney Shannan de Jesús has been appointed to The Greeley Philharmonic Orchestra Board of Directors. The Greeley Philharmonic Orchestra is a not-for-profit organization, in its 105th season. It is the oldest orchestra in the West. As a board member, Shannan will help plan for upcoming […]

Otis, Bedingfield & Peters, LLC attorney Christian J. Schulte appointed to the Greeley Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors

Otis, Bedingfield & Peters, LLC is proud to announce that attorney Christian J. Schulte has been accepted to The Greeley Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors. The Greeley Chamber of Commerce is an investment organization that is driven to meet the needs of the businesses in our community. The chamber is a great source of […]

Business Attorney Corey W. Moore joins Otis, Bedingfield & Peters, LLC

Corey W. Moore joins OBP as an associate attorney in our Loveland office. Born in Broomfield, Colorado, Corey most recently worked as a law clerk at Donahoe & Young, LLP in Valencia, California, where he handled bankruptcy, business, and real estate matters. A former middle and high school history teacher, Corey holds a BA in […]

Ruling on Endangered Species Act listing has wide implications

By: John Kolanz on September 18, 2015 Oil and gas and agricultural interests in Colorado and four nearby states celebrated a Texas federal judge’s ruling last week vacating Endangered Species Act protections for the lesser prairie chicken. Environmental interests were less enthused. While the ruling may ease the regulatory burden for certain entities in the […]