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The Games People Play

Author: MURRAY I. WEINER In my February President’s column I made two modest suggestions to reduce both the cost of litigating in the El Paso County District Court and some of the frustration we all experience.  One suggestion was that we elevate the resolution of discovery disputes to a high priority.  My theory, as explained in the Read More

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Turning Mold Into Gold

Author: KARL A. BERG, JR. Over the last few years homebuilders have become increasingly concerned about mold. Those concerns have been fueled by a few well publicized cases, including one where a Texas homeowner was awarded $32 million dollars as a result of an insurance carrier’s mishandling of a mold claim (reduced to only $4 Read More

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— Now, Pray, Dear Sir, One Word About the Sheep

Author: MURRAY I. WEINER I love books.  I used to read all the time.  Then I had children.  At home, there is at least one book in every room that in theory I am in the middle of reading.  Unfortunately, I never finish any of them, even books I read to my kids.  A few years ago, I fell asleep Read More

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Copyright: Hey! That’s My House

Author: KARL A. BERG, JR. In recent years, more than a few homebuilders have been unpleasantly surprised when they discover that another builder is building one of “their” models, often in the same subdivision. This is particularly true when the builder has spent many hours and tens of thousands of dollars attempting to create a Read More

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The Wish List of A Civil Practitioner

Author: MURRAY I. WEINER Like every practitioner, or at least every practitioner who sends bills to his clients or must otherwise justify his time and efforts, I am constantly amazed by the tremendous expense of dispute resolution.  In an effort to make a small dent in the cost of litigating civil cases, I offer the following Read More

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Graceful in Defeat

Author: MURRAY I. WEINER I don’t know much about hockey.  I didn’t grow up with it and I can’t seem to follow it on TV.  However, after you have been to a Colorado College game or two, it’s hard not to be a hockey fan – or at least a fan of Colorado College hockey.  I go as Read More

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CGL Insurance – Pay More, Get Less?

Author: KARL A. BERG, JR. As the advertisements go: “It keeps growing and growing….” Unfortunately, when it comes to Builders, we are not speaking about the lottery but about their Commercial General Liability (CGL) insurance premiums which already exceed some Builders’ reasonable ability to pay. However, since the CGL policy is the primary insurance Builders’ Read More

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The Grateful Client

Author: MURRAY I. WEINER One of the duties of the President of the El Paso County Bar is to say a few words of welcome at the swearing in ceremony for new lawyers which takes place later this month (October) in the ceremonial Courtroom in the Pioneers Museum.  In considering what words of wisdom I might Read More

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The Judicial Activist

Author: MURRAY I. WEINER Over the last few years I have had the opportunity to observe friends of mine, Ed Gleason, Glen Schlabs, Tom Herd, Tim Schutz and others, turn out President’s Columns with what appeared at the time to be great ease. The articles were well written and worth reading. I read them all. Read More

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Sub Contractors: The Builder’s Greatest Asset

Author: KARL A. BERG, JR. An attorney once told me: “The practice of law would be great if we didn’t have to deal with clients.” Probably more than a few homebuilders have expressed similar sentiments with respect to their subcontractors. Although there are a few subcontractors who are not conscientious in one or more respects, Read More

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