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Burg Simpson's construction defect attorneys have been protecting the rights of individual homeowners and homeowner associations for nearly twenty years. Burg Simpson is recognized nationally as leaders in construction defect litigation.

The InQuiring Lawyer Dialogue: Bias, Diversity, and Inclusiveness in the Colorado Legal Community – Part I

 February 3, 2016

The InQuiring Lawyer Dialogue: Bias, Diversity, and Inclusiveness in the Colorado Legal Community – Part I

Burg Simpson attorney Ronald M. Sandgrund’s InQuiring Lawyer series has returned to The Colorado Lawyer magazine again this year. In the first of a three-part series, dialogue participants, including judges, lawyers, law professors, law students, a sociologist, CEOs and corporate counsel, and nationally-known bias and diversity experts exchange views in a dialogue format. Ron’s article… Read more »

American Bar Foundation inducts Peter Burg as Fellow

 January 25, 2016

American Bar Foundation inducts Peter Burg as Fellow

Denver, CO, January 25, 2016 – Burg Simpson Eldredge Hersh & Jardine, P.C. has announced that shareholder Peter W. Burg has been selected as a Fellow of the American Bar Foundation. The American Bar Foundation limits Fellows to one percent of the lawyers admitted to practice in the United States and its territories and to… Read more »

Burg Simpson Shareholder David P. Hersh Inducted as Fellow to the Colorado Bar Foundation

 January 21, 2016

Burg Simpson Shareholder David P. Hersh Inducted as Fellow to the Colorado Bar Foundation

Denver, CO, January 18, 2016 – Burg Simpson Eldredge Hersh & Jardine, P.C. has announced that shareholder David P. Hersh has been inducted as a Fellow to the Colorado Bar Foundation. The Colorado Bar Fellows are selected from nominees recommended by their colleagues based on factors such as their prominence, reputation and good standing in… Read more »

Burg Simpson Attorneys Named to 5280 Magazine’s 2016 Top Lawyers List

 January 4, 2016

Burg Simpson Attorneys Named to 5280 Magazine’s 2016 Top Lawyers List

Denver, Colorado, January 4, 2016 – Burg Simpson Eldredge Hersh & Jardine, P.C. is pleased to announce that eight shareholders have been named to 5280 Magazine’s 2016 Top Lawyers list. Founded in 1993, 5280 is the largest local magazine in Colorado. The Burg Simpson attorneys selected for inclusion in 5280 Top Lawyers are: Michael S…. Read more »

Faulty Roofing Shingles Leave Homeowners Out in the Cold

 October 14, 2015

Faulty Roofing Shingles Leave Homeowners Out in the Cold

With an economic recovery underway and unemployment numbers on the decline, fewer Americans are fighting to “put a roof” over their heads. However, unfortunately, many people are still struggling to keep a solid roof on their homes, literally, due to the use of faulty building materials. As far too many homeowners have discovered, shoddy shingles… Read more »

New Community Ordinances Help Builders, Hurt Homeowners

 June 23, 2015

New Community Ordinances Help Builders, Hurt Homeowners

One of the hottest topics right now in Colorado is proposed, and in some cases already enacted, legislation that seeks to insulate construction professionals from being held responsible when construction defects in their projects come to light. Understandably, this construction defect legislation has generated its fair share of controversy as industry groups and consumer advocates… Read more »

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 June 16, 2015

New Bill Would Have Stifled Consumer Rights in Suits Against Builders – Part 2

In Part 1 of this blog we wrote about Colorado Senate Bill 15-091, which would have significantly reduced consumer rights by limiting the time within which single family home owners can sue construction professionals (architects, contractors, builders or builder vendors, engineers, and inspectors performing or furnishing the design, supervision, inspection, construction, or observation of the… Read more »

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 June 9, 2015

New Bill Would Have Stifled Consumer Rights in Suits Against Builders – Part 1

Across the state, politicians and average Joes alike wonder if there is enough affordable housing to go around. As rents continue to climb, many worry that the American dream of homeownership is sliding out of view for many young Colorado families. Among the biggest concerns is the lack of new, reasonably priced condominiums, which for… Read more »

Burg Simpson on Construction Defects: Holding Builders Accountable

 June 1, 2015

Burg Simpson on Construction Defects: Holding Builders Accountable

With an incredible track record and over half a billion dollars in wins for their plaintiff clients, Burg Simpson’s construction defect litigation team leaders talk about the complexities of this type of case, and what makes Burg Simpson the clear choice to represent you or your HOA.

Attorney David P. Hersh comments on construction defect law reform

 April 21, 2015

Attorney David P. Hersh comments on construction defect law reform

In an article in the Aurora Sentinel, Dave Perry vamps about construction defect law and its impact on the community, and the economy. Dave Hersh gives his commentary.

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 June 16, 2015

New Bill Would Have Stifled Consumer Rights in Suits Against Builders – Part 2

In Part 1 of this blog we wrote about Colorado Senate Bill 15-091, which would have significantly reduced consumer rights by limiting the time within which single family home owners can sue construction professionals (architects, contractors, builders or builder vendors, engineers, and inspectors performing or furnishing the design, supervision, inspection, construction, or observation of the… Read more »

Construction Defects Housing Infographic

 June 9, 2015

Housing Market Analysis

See why the demand for low-cost starter homes is down from previous years.

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 June 9, 2015

New Bill Would Have Stifled Consumer Rights in Suits Against Builders – Part 1

Across the state, politicians and average Joes alike wonder if there is enough affordable housing to go around. As rents continue to climb, many worry that the American dream of homeownership is sliding out of view for many young Colorado families. Among the biggest concerns is the lack of new, reasonably priced condominiums, which for… Read more »

Burg Simpson on Construction Defects: Holding Builders Accountable

 June 1, 2015

Burg Simpson on Construction Defects: Holding Builders Accountable

With an incredible track record and over half a billion dollars in wins for their plaintiff clients, Burg Simpson’s construction defect litigation team leaders talk about the complexities of this type of case, and what makes Burg Simpson the clear choice to represent you or your HOA.

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