Time to Review Purchase and Sale Agreements?

In a dynamic legal environment, proactivity is the cornerstone of protecting your business interests from assault by plaintiffs’ attorneys.

Mitigating Legal Risks in Urban Sustainable Building

There are a number of legal challenges that can arise for builders when using sustainable building techniques.

Spend Some Time Sharpening Your Ax

With the softening of the market, my hope is that builders can spend time sharpening their risk management axes.

Denver Aims to Streamline ADU Rules

Rule changes could make it easier for Denver homeowners to build accessory dwelling units (ADUs), possibly as early as next year.

Anti-Concurrent Causation Endorsements in CGL Insurance Policies: A Word of Caution

Anti-concurrent causation endorsements have migrated from first-party property policies to commercial general liability policies.

Are Opportunity Zones Good for Builders?

The 2017 Tax Cuts and Jobs Act created opportunity zones, designated areas deemed “distressed communities” where taxes on capital gains for qualified investments can...

Why Builders Should Reconsider Arbitration Clauses

Based on experience and watching others litigate claims, I have learned that builders usually fare better in arbitration than in jury trials.

Lakewood Voters Pass Housing Growth Cap

Ballot question 200 asked residents if Lakewood should allocate housing permits to limit residential growth to no more than 1% annually.

Trump Issues Executive Order on Affordable Housing

President Donald Trump signed an executive order on Tuesday establishing a two-year council to identify regulations.

Builders Can Breathe Easy After Legislative Session

As it pertains to litigation, the 2019 legislative session was fairly quiet, according to David McLain of Higgins Hopkins McLain & Roswell.