Mandate Issued in Defendant’s Favor

January 2016

David Dwyer, Plaintiff v. Enright Companies, LLC, Defendant-Appellee; and Mark & Carole Burns, LLC and Castlegate Garage Door Services, Inc., Defendants-Appellants, 14CA1744 (Colo.App. 2015). This matter involved allegations of a construction defect leading to personal injury. After Brian Waters won at the trial court and won a subsequent appeal, the opposing parties filed a Petition for Rehearing with the Colorado Court of Appeals. They sought reconsideration of one part of the Court of Appeals ruling regarding contribution. However, the Court of Appeals denied the petition for rehearing and issued its Mandate affirming the trial court order.

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