On November 2, 2021, Taylor|Anderson attorney Rob Barlow argued before the Colorado Court of Appeals in a premises liability case regarding the adequacy of jury instructions related to the nondelegable duty owed by landowners under the Colorado Premises Liability Act, § 13-21-115, C.R.S.

On November 18, 2021, the Court affirmed judgment in favor of Defendants and endorsed Taylor|Anderson’s primary argument: landowners only owe a nondelegable duty if the finder of fact finds that the landowner knew of the danger, or, using reasonable care, should have known of it. See 20CA524, at ¶¶ 17-18. This outcome continues the success of Taylor|Anderson attorneys in this same matter who obtained a full defense verdict at trial on October 9, 2019 in Jefferson County in the Vasulka v. Ficco, et al.,  case.

Taylor|Anderson continues to be a leader in defending Colorado Premises Liability Act lawsuits in trial courts and appeal courts.