Rothgerber Johnson & Lyons LLP real estate attorneys provide comprehensive legal services, including advising on transactions, representing clients in property litigation, securing permits for land development, and assisting clients in land use and zoning matters. Our attorneys represent our clients before planning commissions, legislative bodies, redevelopment agencies and zoning officials to advocate on behalf of real estate developers, property owners and governmental agencies.
Our attorneys have experience representing homeowners, builders, developers and other landowners in a wide range of land use matters such as:
- Area Variance
- Building Permit
- Environmental Permits
- Environmental Regulations
- Sewer District Extensions
- Special Use Permit
- Subdivision Approvals
- Use Variance
- Water District Extensions
- Zoning Enforcement
Our goal in every land use matter is to help our clients streamline the process and anticipate potential challenges.
ARTICLES AND ALERTSConstruction Corner: The Legal Consequences of Construction Delays – (A Refresher)
(03/20/2013 )Colorado General Assembly Answers the Question, "Who Owns the Wind?"
(06/26/2012 )Advertising Real Estate: Avoiding the Pitfalls
(06/26/2012 )Continuing Efforts to Restrict the Use of Eminent Domain for Utility & Economic Development Purposes
(03/14/2012 )The Winds of Change: Wind Lease Considerations
(12/22/2011 )Farm Land Preservation and the Colorado Conservation Easement
(12/22/2011 )Community Solar Gardens: Expanding Solar Investment Opportunities
(12/22/2011 )Avoiding Road Rash
(12/22/2011 )On-Site Solar: Considerations for Property Owners
(12/22/2011 )Update on the Medical Marijuana Business in Colorado
(11/14/2011 )In Receiverships, An Ounce of Prevention Can Be Worth a Pound of Cure
(11/14/2011 )When Is Record Notice Not Notice?
(11/14/2011 )LEGISLATIVE UPDATE - 2011 Colorado Legislation Overview: Update on Laws Affecting Real Estate
(11/14/2011 )Can You Profit From the Wind Blowing Across Your Land?
(08/19/2010 )So, Your Property is Being Taken for an Infrastructure Project. What Should You Do?
(08/19/2010 )Truth in Advertising: What is a Broker's Duty to Ensure that Marketing Materials are Accurate?
(06/16/2010 )2010 Colorado Legislation Overview: Update on Laws Affecting Real Estate Brokers
(06/16/2010 )No More Free Lunch: Insurance Division Limits Handouts of Title Companies' Products and Services
(06/16/2010 )Sale by Auction
(06/16/2010 )Colorado Adopts Broker Lien Law
(06/16/2010 )Denver is Rewriting its Zoning Code – Be Alert!
EVENTS & SPEAKING ENGAGEMENTSRJ&L Colorado Springs - Free Law Bites: Special Rules for Religious Organizations in Zoning, Development, and Tax Exemption - September 25, 2009
NEWSRJ&L Attorneys Jaclyn K. Casey and E. Martín Enriquez Selected for Denver Business Journal's "Forty Under 40" Award
NEWSLETTERSReal Estate, Construction & Land, Spring 2013
(03/20/2013 )Real Estate, Construction & Land: Broker Bulletin, Summer 2012
(06/26/2012 )Real Estate, Construction & Land Update, Spring 2012
(04/20/2012 )Real Estate, Construction & Land Update, Winter 2011
(12/22/2011 )Real Estate, Construction & Land Update, Spring 2011
(04/26/2011 )RECL: Energy/Agriculture Report, Winter 2010
(11/01/2010 )Real Estate, Construction & Land Update, Fall 2010
(08/19/2010 )Real Estate Construction & Land: Broker Bulletin, Summer 2010
(06/16/2010 )Real Estate, Construction & Land Update, Spring 2010