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 ...
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 ...
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 ...
Nathaniel Wallshein joins the firm as a litigation associate. Before joining Otis, Bedingfield & Peters, Nate worked as a judicial fellow for the Honorable Norman D. Haglund. He most recently served as law clerk for the Honorable R. Michael ...
The Million Dollar Comma By: Brandy E. Natalzia With the advent of legal service websites like Legal Zoom, Rocket Lawyer, nolo.com, etc., almost anyone can draft a will, a durable power of attorney, or a real estate contract. People can even set ...
By: Timothy P. Brynteson Estate planning attorneys are frequently asked by clients to explain the difference between a “will” and a “trust.” This is normally in the context of planning for the disposition of assets upon the client’s death – so we surmise that clients are looking for ...
The Statute of Limitations May No Longer be Your Deadline to Bring a Claim By: Lee J. Morehead, Esq. I remember sitting in my first year civil procedure class when Professor John Greabe said, “The way to remember the statute of limitations defense is S.O.L. If you do ...
BY JENNIFER LYNN PETERS, ESQ. As the economy plunged and debtors looked for ways to avoid paying their obligations to lenders across the country, the courts saw an explosion of cases alleging breach of fiduciary duty, breach of the duty of good faith and fair dealing, and other “mismanagement” by directors, ...