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The Anticybersquatting Consumer Protection Act

  The Anticybersquatting Consumer Protection Act (ACPA) is designed to punish people for registering a domain name with the intent of making money off of someone else’s trademark rights even if a trademark is not registered. For example, if a well-known corporation had failed to register a domain name such as and someone else … Continue Reading

Is your Real Estate License Still Active?

  Rule E-44 Reminder: Is Your License Still Active? If you are a real estate broker, you may want to go online to to confirm that your license is still active. The Colorado Real Estate Commission Rule E-44 requires a real estate licensee whose license has transferred to inactive status to immediately cease any … Continue Reading

Amending & Enforcing Community Association Covenants

Co-Author:  Jonathan A. Goodman, Esq. Obstacles in Amending and Enforcing Community Association Covenants: What your Association’s Documents Don’t Say May Hurt You. The Colorado Court of Appeals recently held that an association’s original covenants allowing for changes or modifications could not be amended to add a covenant that required homeowners to start paying dues for … Continue Reading

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