In Earlene F. Corbishley, v. Pep Boys — Manny, Moe & Jack of Delaware, Inc., the United States District Court of Colorado considered Walmart’s motion…
Property Owner’s Liability (Slip & Fall)
In Teresa Brigance v. Vail Summit Resorts, Inc. No. 17-1035 (10th Cir. 2018), the United States Court of Appeals Tenth Circuit decided the case. Vail…
When an Invitee Was Killed on a Cattle Farm, Did the Company Owe the Invitee a Duty or Was the Danger Open and Obvious?
In Gregory v. Creekstone Farms Premium Beef, LLC, No. 17-3168, (10th Cir. March 29, 2018), the United States Court of Appeals for the Tenth Circuit,…
The Court of Appeals for the Tenth Circuit answers that question in Ritch v. Carrabba’s Italian Grill, LLC, No. 17-5032 (10th Cir. Jan. 3, 2018).…
What Determines Whether a Property Owner Had Actual or Constructive Notice of a Dangerous Condition to Satisfy the First Element for Premises Liability?
In Gless v. Dritley Properties, No. A-16-978 (Neb. Ct. App. 2017) the Nebraska Court of Appeals answered that question. On October 10, 2011, Laura Gless…
While Owners offered objective factors that could demonstrate a lack of impartiality, it pointed to no action, decision, or analytical choice made by Haber in rendering her appraisal report that showed a subjective lack of impartiality.
Does a Dog Owner Owe a Duty of Care to a Child Who Became Frightened and Ran Into the Street Resulting in Injury?
The district court ultimately granted Trujillo’s motion to dismiss on N.M.’s negligence claim.
What Damages Are Necessary to Show Breach of the Implied Covenant of Good Faith and Fair Dealing in an Insurance Case?
The Court of Appeals found that the Blakelys did not bring forth evidence to support their claim, and affirmed the lower court’s grant of summary judgment to USAA.
CO Supreme Court Reviews 6 Year Statute of Repose Re: Third Party Claims in Construction Defect Claims
Third party claims are timely, irrespective of either the statute of limitations or the statute of repose, as long as the claims are brought during the litigation or within 90 days of a judgment or settlement.
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