COLORADO CHANGES PUBLIC MEETING NOTICE REQUIREMENTS 13:40, May 16, 2019

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Colorado recently passed House Bill 19-1087 changing notice requirements for public meetings of local public bodies, including municipalities, counties, school boards, and special districts. The intent of the change is for local governments to transition from posting physical notices of public meetings to posting notices on the website and social media account or other official […]

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Real property in Colorado is automatically revalued every 2 years, and 2019 is a valuation year. Valuations are based on comparable sales in your neighborhood during the prior two years (i.e., July 1, 2016, through June 30, 2018). If you believe your property has been overvalued and desire to protest, the first step is to […]

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In Lorenzo v. SEC,[1]the Supreme Court recently held an individual who knowingly disseminates false and misleading information to prospective investors with the intent to defraud may be held liable under subsections (a) and (c) of Rule 10b-5, which are often referred to as the “scheme liability” provisions of the Rule.  Such liability applies even though […]

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