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The Best Lawyers in America® 2018

Chipman Glasser, LLC is pleased to announce that partners David S. Chipman and Daniel W. Glasser were selected by their peers for inclusion in The Best Lawyers in America® 2018. Since it was first published in 1983, Best Lawyers has become universally regarded as the definitive guide to legal excellence. Mr. Chipman and Mr. Glasser were selected for their work in Construction …

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Daniel W. Glasser Elected to Board of Rocky Mountain Children’s Health Foundation

DENVER, CO. – Aug. 17, 2017 – The law firm of Chipman Glasser, LLC today announced Daniel W. Glasser has been elected to the board of directors for Rocky Mountain Children’s Health Foundation, a nonprofit organization with a mission to enhance the quality of life for pediatric patients and their families. “It’s a great honor to be selected to serve …

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Colorado Firm Dismissed from Complex Class Action Case on a Preliminary Motion

Chipman Glasser, LLC recently obtained prompt dismissal for a Colorado-based company that was named as a defendant in a nation-wide class action that involved potentially millions of class members. The client is a local Denver success story that administers insurance benefits on behalf of major national and regional health insurance companies. Sued in federal district court, the client was facing …

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Smart Discovery and Litigation Strategies for Text Messages: Part 3

By E. Job Seese The previous two installments in this series addressed the pitfalls of conducting business communications via text messaging and outlined some practical measures that both individuals and companies can take in navigating the iWorld minefield. This third and final installment discusses the still-nebulous, but rapidly-evolving, area that text messages currently occupy in the civil discovery landscape. And …

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Staying Smart in a Smartphone World: Part 2

By E. Job Seese The first post in this series discussed the pitfalls—and advantages—of conducting important business communications via text messaging. This second installment addresses some of the practical measures that individual businesspeople as well as companies can take in navigating the iWorld minefield. NSFW                              The increasing use of text messages in conducting business affairs suggests that many have …

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Staying Smart in a Smartphone World

By E. Job Seese NOTE: THIS IS THE FIRST IN A MULTI-PART SERIES. You, like the rest of the world, have learned the do’s and don’ts of conducting business by email. But what about texting, which has become the preferred method of communication for large swaths of the business world? What are the advantages of conducting business via text? And …

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Colorado Supreme Court Conforms Pleading Standard to Federal Practices

By Dean Shaffer The Colorado Supreme Court today, in Warne v. Hall, Case No. 14SC176, adopted the stricter civil pleading standard first applied by the U.S. Supreme Court in Bell Atlantic Corp. v. Twombly, 550 U.S. 544 (2007). Under the new standard, Colorado courts may dismiss claims that are not “plausible,” meaning that plaintiffs must support their claims with factual allegations sufficient …

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Discharged Company Officer And Founder Settles Derivative Action and Wrongful Termination Suit on Favorable Terms

Chipman Glasser, LLC represented the founder and president of a high-tech bio-pharmaceutical company who was abruptly discharged after he brought to the company’s attention several questionable business practices. On the client’s behalf, the firm asserted claims of wrongful termination under the state whistleblowing law and brought a derivative action on behalf of the company. The case settled on terms favorable …

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French Investment Banker Dismissed From Colorado Lawsuit Involving An Alleged Investment In Cyprus—Followed By A Fee Award

Chipman Glasser, LLC recently defended a party who was belatedly brought into a multi-national case by a third-party plaintiff. The lawsuit involved parties and alleged conduct spanning four continents, and our client, a Swiss businessman with no connection whatsoever to Colorado, filed a motion to dismiss for lack of personal jurisdiction. Under the applicable rules, the client was required to file his …

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Underground Utility Contractor Awarded Damages For Unpaid Construction Costs

Following a four-day jury trial, Chipman Glasser, LLC secured a verdict in favor of an underground utility contractor. Our to installed the sewer and water system for a private developer. But upon completion of the project, the developer refused to pay the final invoice, raising various complaints about the quality of the work. The case involved conflicting expert testimony regarding alleged …