McKenzie Rhody Announces New Partner, Dan Ryan

McKenzie Rhody LLP–a leading national construction defect firm with offices throughout California, Colorado and Texas–is pleased to announce the promotion of attorney Dan Ryan to partner.  Since 2006, Dan’s career has focused exclusively on construction defect claims.  Dan has resolved + read more

Empowering Your Communities: Find It, Fix It, Fund It

by The Felix Reserve Group, McKenzie Rhody, LLP, Alliance Association Bank Knowledge is power. Information is liberating. Education is progress. ALL are powerful weapons, and we say, ALL can be FUN! Register today and join us for our “Find It, + read more

McKenzie Rhody Announces New Partner, Allan R. Mena

McKenzie Rhody LLP, Construction Defect Attorneys, announced on Monday, August 28,  Allan R. Mena as new partner. Mr. Mena leads the firm’s Texas offices. “Allan has done a great job over the last four years opening and running the Dallas + read more

Mckenzie Rhody Represented Local Couple After Wall Collapse

The story was originally reported by CBS Denver. McKenzie Rhody’s very own, Cass Mckenzie, was the lawyer representing the couple.  Read the full article here.   Construction Defect Law: A Client’s Story Recently, one of our clients was featured on local CBS + read more

Builders vs. Homeowners: Construction Defects Bill Promises Controversy

Low, Rob. “Builders vs. homeowners: Construction defects bill promises controversy” Fox 31 Denver, Februry 10, 2015. Video Link: click here DENVER — Condominium owner Jon Harris can’t walk in his own kitchen without fear of tiles cracking beneath his feet.  + read more

Insurance Won’t Cover Couple’s Destructive Wall Collapse

Low, Rob. “Insurance won’t cover couple’s destructive wall collapse.” Fox 31 Denver, January 22, 2015. Video link: click here DENVER — It’s a sight no homeowner wants to come home to: The north wall of their house gone, the + read more

Homeowners’ ability to sue subcontractors stirs debate

By John Rebchook, Rocky Mountain News — July 13, 2005 A Colorado Supreme Court decision provides a major victory to homeowners by allowing them ability to sue subcontractors for construction defects caused by negligence, said Denver attorney Cass McKenzie, who + read more

HOAs Claim Victory in Arbitration Case

By John Rebchook, Rocky Mountain News — November 29, 2005 The Colorado Supreme Court last month quietly let stand a Court of Appeals decision that HOAs cannot be forced into arbitration by builders and general contractors. “This is an important victory + read more

Excerpt from “Builders Pay the Price”

Rocky Mountain News 7-29-2008 When Sue Small paid about $175,000 for her town home in the Central Park development in Aurora in 2003, she was thrilled. “I was looking at a lot of single- family homes, but I kept going + read more

McKenzie Rhody & Hearn, LLC Announce Hiring of Jeff Higgins

Director of Client Services — January 5, 2009 Denver, CO – The law firm of McKenzie Rhody & Hearn have announced the hiring of Jeff Higgins as Director of Client Services.  In his position, Higgins will be responsible for client + read more

Recently, McKenzie Rhody & Hearn (MRH) won an important ruling in the Colorado Supreme Court

Recently, McKenzie Rhody & Hearn (MRH) won an important ruling in the Colorado Supreme Court that protects the rights of homeowners associations and individual homeowners to pursue claims for construction defects. The case, A.C. Excavating et al. v. Yacht Club + read more

CAI Law Reporter

February 2009

Federal Law and Legislation: The Fair Housing Act does not protect against religious persecution when it concerns a neutral law applied across the board, even if it disrupts religious beliefs.

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Denver condo-complex HOA wins judgment for defects

The 40 Madison Homeowners Association in Cherry Creek has been awarded a $4 million judgment in Denver District Court to pay for construction defects at the 27-unit condominium complex. The judgment, which will be paid by Madison Garden LLC, J&N + read more