What the Heck is Replevin?

It’s one of those obscure legal thingies. Does that do it for you? Nah, I thought not. So allow me to explain. A legal definition first and then we’ll flesh it out. Replevin is a personal action, ex delicto, brought to recover possession of goods unlawfully taken. Um… okay? “Ex delicto” in turn is just […]

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Voted Boulder’s Best Law Firm!

We are thrilled to have received a place in Boulder Weekly’s, Boulder’s Best this year! We continually strive to meet the needs of our local community and look forward to another great year in boulder!   Best of Boulder 2017 — Retail For the legal needs of a lifetimesm You can trust Stevens, Littman, Biddison, […]

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ABLE Account – A Primer

ABLE Accounts – A Savings Option for Disabled Individuals In 2017, Colorado is expected to implement its plan under the Achieving a Better Life Experience Act, or ABLE Act, which is already in effect in 10 states. This Act creates tax-favored accounts for children and adults whose disability occurred before age 26. The accounts are […]

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The Law of Drones in Colorado

I just completed a course in the law of drones. Just a couple of years ago, whod’ve thunk? Now, all of a sudden, drones are everywhere. And the law is scrambling to catch up. The course included a review of applicable federal regulations, Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) enforcement actions, state laws and regulations, UAS applications […]

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Is Snowboarding a Crime?

You remember a few years ago when everywhere you went you ran into a bumper sticker that said, “Skateboarding is not a crime”? Don’t know who thought that up, but it was everywhere. Jump forward a decade-and-a-half, and you gotta ask, “Is snowboarding a crime?” Why, you may inquire, do we have to ask if […]

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