Effective Waivers and Releases

by David J. Pigott, Esq. dave@hamptonpigott.com In July of 2004, 15 year old Chelsea Hamill was in the middle of her third consecutive summer at Cheley Colorado Camps.  Cheley offers their young campers a chance to “live in the great outdoors.”  Actvities include rock...

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Unmasking the Phony Expert

by Audris G. Hampton, Esq. audie@hamptonpigott.com Where do you usually go …? I had to ask the question. I needed to know. I blame Groucho Marx; he was my direct inspiration. I also blame the child-like inquisitiveness that I’ve never outgrown. I was born to be a...

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Promoting Safety in the Workplace

by Sheryl A. Fernandez, Paralegal Last year, 4,383 workers died from workplace related injuries,[1]and almost three million private industry workers lost time because of nonfatal injuries and illnesses.[2]  According to research by J. Paul Leigh, professor of public...

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What’s up, Doc?

by Audris G. Hampton, Esq. audie@hamptonpigott.com I still recall the opposing attorney’s smug demeanor as he dismissively stated, “Objection; document rule.” On the witness stand was the owner of a limited liability company. The judge had already admitted into...

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