Garfield & Hecht, P.C Article in November Colorado Lawyer Re: Third-Party Opinion Letters: Limiting the Liability of Opinion Givers. 16:09, October 4, 2015

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Date: October 2013

Ronald Garfield has just had an article captioned “Third-Party Opinion Letters: Limiting the Liability of Opinion Givers” published in the November 2013 issue of the Colorado Lawyer.  Third party opinion letters are legal opinions in which an attorney provides an opinion to a non-client.  This article discusses how attorneys may attempt to limit their […]

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This October, we co-presented “It’s a Trap: How to Navigate the World of Opinion Letters” at the Colorado Municipal League’s Annual Fall Seminar on Municipal Law in Steamboat Springs. The firm will also have an article in an upcoming issue of The Colorado Lawyer publication on steps to take to limit liability to third parties when drafting […]

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Chris Bryan, a litigator with the Aspen office of Garfield & Hecht, P.C., recently successfully resolved federal- and state-court lawsuits on behalf of a pro bono client who was unable to afford an attorney. After extensive motion practice and a half-day evidentiary hearing, the Boulder County District Court issued an order voiding the state-court judgment […]

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