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Construction defect Q and A

Homeowners in Colorado expect their houses to be safe and free from defects when they take ownership. When it comes to new construction, this means they expect the builder to have done everything to code and to have used good quality products; and when it comes to existing homes, they expect the former owner to have been honest about the condition of the property. Unfortunately, these things do not always happen, construction defects are found, and those defects can be quite costly. When dealing with a construction defect, one might have a lot of questions that need answering. This week, this column will address just a few of them.

Have an intellectual property litigation question?

Do you have an intellectual property problem that you are not sure how to fix? If you do, you are not alone. This is something that numerous business owners in Colorado and elsewhere will face over the course of their careers. Unfortunately, intellectual property litigation can be complicated, which scares some people away from taking their problems to court.

Construction defects Q and A

Building a home is an exciting, albeit expensive, and stressful process. When all is said and done, the hope is to have a house that is safe, well-built and meets one's needs/wants. Unfortunately, every year, numerous Colorado residents find construction issues with their homes that lead them to ask questions about construction defects and litigation. Here are some of the top questions asked about this topic.

How to make sure a trade secret is actually a secret

The theft and misappropriation of a business’ trade secrets can be extremely harmful, potentially resulting in millions of dollars in damages. It’s important for anyone involved in operating a business to understand what actually constitutes a trade secret. Just because information is valuable to your enterprise does not mean it has the legal protections afforded to trade secrets.

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