One of my greatest joys since relocating from North Carolina is that we legitimately have four seasons, each with its own appeal. Growing up I seem to recall a very long season of “Hot” a short season of “Wet” and a short season of “Brown”. Welcome to claims season in Colorado. Our fourth season, it […]
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With approximately 40 days left until sine die, there have been 402 bills introduced into the House and 173 introduced into the Senate for a total of 575 bills (so far). 106 bills have been postponed indefinitely. The governor has signed 70 bills to date, including: Number Title Sponsors Summary HB 16-1017 Victim Impact Panel […]
Ruebel & Quillen, LLC obtained summary judgment in favor of a client on a premises liability action brought by Bachus & Schanker. The Court determined there was no liability on behalf of the landowner for injuries sustained by an eighteen year old while performing tricks on a backyard trampoline.
The Colorado General Assembly convened on January 13, 2016 and hundreds of bills have already been introduced. Ten business bills were introduced on the first day alone. We are also expecting another attempt at construction defect litigation reform and a bill affecting the appraisal process just to name a few. Once again, Ruebel & Quillen, LLC […]
Our very own Casey Quillen is being recognized on December 8th, 2015 at the Faculty of Federal Advocates Annual End-of-Year Awards Reception. She will receive a Certificate of Recognition from Judge Martinez for her pro bono service through the U. S. District Courts Civil Panel Program. Congratulations Casey!
It is hard to believe that it has already been four years since we opened Ruebel & Quillen, with the hope of being a different kind of law firm. Unintentionally, I marked our four year anniversary the same way I marked the first official day R&Q opened its doors – out of town. Away from […]