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Your Place or Mine?: The Burden of Proving Collectability of an Underlying Judgment in a Legal Malpractice Action

While burdens of proof at trial do not necessarily equate to the awkwardness of a come-on during a date, the question “your place or mine” is still relevant to both, at least in Colorado. This article examines the seemingly unanswered question lingering in Colorado law as to whether a legal malpractice plaintiff bears the burden of proving collectibility of an underlying judgment in order to establish a prima facie case or whether a defendant bears the burden of proving collectability as an affirmative defense. Is it your place to prove it or mine?

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