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March 17, 2017

The Colorado Supreme Court in In Re Goodman v. Heritage Builders, No. 16SA193, 2017 CO 13, --P.3d--, 2017 WL 778227 (Colo. 2017), held that third-party claims in construction defect cases are timely so long as the first-party claims are not time-barred and the third-party claims are brought either during the first-party litigation or within 90 days of judgment or settlement, regardless of whether the original statute of limitations or statute of repose on the original claim has expired. In other words, general contractors now have the ability to bring third-party claims against subcontractors without worrying about the two-year statute of limitations or the six-year statute of repose, and subcontractors arguably no longer have statute of limitations or statute of repose defenses in third-party actions. ...

March 15, 2017

As 25 states consider “Death with Dignity” legislation, the future impact on litigation will be explored by Constance Endelicato at a 2017 CLM Conference session on March 30, 2017. Endelicato, undefeated in over 60 trials, is one of the nation’s most celebrated litigators handling medical negligence matters. This year’s CLM annual conference is expected be the largest insurance claims conference in the country, hosting 2,000 claims professionals and outside counsel late next week in Nashville....

March 12, 2017

Ethical issues presented in hiring and managing a millennial workforce is the focus of a 2017 CLM Annual Conference session with Dan Berman, Firm Chair and Founding Partner of WSHB. Anticipated to be the largest insurance claims conference in the country, CLM will host 2,000 claims professionals and outside counsel in Nashville. Joining Berman on the panel on March 30, 2017 at 3:25 p.m. are national thought leaders on this issue: Benjamin DiGiorgio from the Community Association Underwriters of America, Inc. and Mark Sahl, with Carpenter Hazlewood Delgado & Bolen, PLC....

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