In our April Client Alert, we reported on a possible breakthrough in construction defect reform legislation, which had passed the House and was moving to the Senate.  The Colorado Senate has now unanimously approved House Bill 1279, and sent it to Governor Hickenlooper, who is expected to sign the bill.  HB 1279 was one of six bills introduced this year in an effort to address the dearth of condominium construction in Denver.  It is the only bill to reach the Governor’s desk, and the first bill in four years of effort to make substantive changes to the existing construction defect law in Colorado.

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Alix LaSalle represents real estate, development, business, and banking clients in commercial disputes, ranging from landlord/tenant disputes to easement issues to business torts.  Alix focuses on bringing real value to clients, helping them assess both the potential down-range impacts of a particular dispute, and the most cost-effective approach to minimize those impacts.