DENVER – Colorado has just five district court judges who are Black, another 15 who are Latino, and a similar lack of minority prosecutors and public defenders — numbers so low that a state supreme court justice said it could undermine “public confidence that justice is truly equal.”
The Denver Post examined diversity data from the state’s payroll system, as well as data from district attorneys’ and public defenders’ offices, and found that despite a growing population of people of color in Colorado, its judicial system does not adequately represent those it serves, and in several jurisdictions not at all.
In this video, real estate attorney Eric L. Nesbitt of the Law Offices of Eric L. Nesbitt, P.C discusses commercial and residential real property and the impact that the COVID-19 pandemic has on evictions, landlords, and renter’s rights. This discussion was facilitated by family law attorney April Jones of the Jones Law Firm as many of her own clients have had questions in this regard.
Eric L. Nesbitt is one of the leading voices in Colorado commercial real estate and is one of the only dual licensed attorney brokers in the area. Through this video, he provides great insight for renters and landlords to learn from as they navigate the challenges that COVID-19 poses in Denver metro area real estate.
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If you are a property owner or a renter in Colorado and would like to discuss your legal rights, please schedule a consultation with attorney Eric L. Nesbitt. He can be reached via telephone at (303) 741-2354, Zoom web conference or email.
In today’s video, attorneys Eric L. Nesbitt of The Law Offices of Eric L. Nesbitt P.C. and April Jones of Jones Law Firm, P.C. discuss the stimulus packages being provided to individuals and business owners via the CARES act, EIDL, and Paycheck Protection Program. If you are a business owner and would like to discuss the stimulus packages and how they could benefit your business during the economic crisis we are facing, please schedule a telephone or Zoom consultation with attorney Nesbitt. Our office can be reached via telephone at 303-741-2354 or via email at Info@Nesbittlawoffices.com
In today’s video, attorney Eric L. Nesbitt of The Law Offices of Eric L. Nesbitt P.C. discusses options that Colorado landlords have to offer rent relief to their tenants while incomes are impacted due to the COVID -19 pandemic. If you are a landlord and would like to discuss rent relief or rent workout options and how to coordinate an agreement with your tenants, please schedule a telephone or Zoom consultation with attorney Nesbitt. Our firm can be reached at 303-741-2354 or via email at Info@NesbittLawOffices.com.
Recently, Congress passed a $2 trillion COVID-19 economic relief package. In today’s video, attorney and commercial real estate broker Eric Nesbitt discusses specific provisions of the Act that can put much needed money in the pockets of commercial tenants, property owners and small businesses.
Contact us at 303-741-2354 to schedule a consultation to discuss the Act and its applicability to your situation, or to address other real estate law questions you may have.
With economic slowdown caused by the Coronavirus-19, many commercial tenants are asking if they can use the Force Majeure (i.e. act of God) language in their lease to stop paying rent for a period of time. Check out what real estate attorney Eric L. Nesbitt has to say about this issue in our latest Youtube video below.
If you would like to schedule a telephone consultation to discuss this or other real estate related legal issues, please contact our firm at 303-741-2354.