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Michael Ley

One of the principal goals of the Colorado Civil Access Pilot Project (CAPP) is to streamline the discovery process and thereby reduce the cost of litigation.  Ultimately, CAPP’s success in reducing total litigation costs depends on how big of a problem the discovery process actually is.  Suffice it to say, there is not agreement on […]

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This post is meant as a follow-up to Civil Access Pilot Project: Making Colorado Courts More Efficient?  If you haven’t read it yet, I (predictably) recommend you do so before proceeding.  As I noted in that piece, the CAPP rules significantly alter the Colorado Rules of Civil Procedure for the first 90 to 133 days […]

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Earlier this year, we, as attorneys, were blessed by the Colorado Supreme Court’s decision to completely overhaul the procedure for practicing law in Colorado.  Dubbed the Colorado Civil Access Pilot Project, or CAPP for short, its new procedures apply in (1) “Business Actions” (2) filed between Jan. 1, 2012, and Dec. 31, 2013 (3) in […]

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