After a multi-day trial, a Boulder District Judge decided a dispute involving the Pine Valley Road Maintenance Association in a written order entered in October of 2019. Boulder District Judge Andrew McDonald ruled that the actions of three Nederland area residents were “unacceptable” in declaring themselves to be the Association’s “Interim Council,” changing the Association’s […]
Harvard psychology professor Steven Pinker praised Mark’s article, How to Draft a Bad Contract, as “simply brilliant.” Mark’s satircal article was first published in The Colorado Lawyer in August of 2015. Pinker, a legend in the field of language, read the article and praised it as “simply brilliant.” Mark’s article will be published again in […]
Mark’s article, Enforcing Oral Contracts, was published in the January 2021 issue of The Colorado Lawyer.
In May of 2021, after lengthy litigation, Boulder District Judge Andrew Hartman enter a Quiet Title Decree that gave Mark’s client, a homeowners association, the exclusive right to control access to the Summer Access Road, a private road in Boulder County that connects Ridge Road to Colorado Highway 119. The case provides a good example […]
In 2020, The Colorado Lawyer magazine published Mark’s article on Indemnification Provisions in Commercial Contracts.
On October 28, 2021, Arapahoe County District Judge Peter Michaelson denied a Motion for a Preliminary Injunction seeking to prohibit Mark’s clients for installing gates in an equestrian easement. The Court accepted Mark’s argument that Colorado law does not prevent a the owner of a servient estate from putting unlocked gates in a non-exclusive easement […]
Mark Cohen has been selected to speak on Colorado easement law at the Rocky Mountain Surveyors Summit in 2022. Mark is honored to have been selected and looks forward to this opportunity
Mark was again named a Super Lawyer for 2022. Super Lawyers selects attorneys using a patented multiphase selection process. Peer nominations and evaluations are combined with independent research. Each candidate is evaluated on 12 indicators of peer recognition and professional achievement. Selections are made on an annual, state-by-state basis.
In a quiet title action Mark filed on behalf of a condominium owner after another unit owner sold its unit without first offering it to Mark’s client, as required by the Declarations, the Arapahoe County District Court denied the Defendants’ motions for summary judgment. In two Orders issued on January 28, 2022, District Judge Frederick […]