Caution in the Face of Coronavirus: Running an Idaho HOA Without Gatherings

Whether you’re urging people to just start washing their hands or your closet is filled with toilet paper, one thing is certain: coronavirus continues to spread.  According to health professionals, one thing we can do to slow the spread is avoid group gatherings. Unfortunately, that’s not always easy to do when you are trying to […]

Caution in the Face of Coronavirus: Running a Washington HOA Without Gatherings

Whether you’re urging people to just start washing their hands or your closet is filled with toilet paper, one thing is certain: coronavirus continues to spread.  According to health professionals, one thing we can do to slow the spread is avoid group gatherings. Unfortunately, that’s not always easy to do when you are trying to […]

Caution in the Face of Coronavirus: Running a Colorado HOA Without Gatherings

Whether you’re urging people to just start washing their hands or your closet is filled with toilet paper, one thing is certain: coronavirus continues to spread.  According to health professionals, one thing we can do to slow the spread is avoid group gatherings. Unfortunately, that’s not always easy to do when you are trying to […]

VF Law Communication

Here at Vial Fotheringham LLP, we are closely monitoring the situation arising from the Coronavirus (COVID-19) and we are ready to navigate the rocky waters of whatever life throws at clients, community associations and partners. Our hearts go out to the victims and families that are directly impacted by illness.     VF lawyers are […]

Caution in the Face of Coronavirus: Running an Arizona HOA Without Gatherings

Whether you’re urging people to just start washing their hands or your closet is filled with toilet paper, one thing is certain: coronavirus continues to spread.  According to health professionals, one thing we can do to slow the spread is avoid group gatherings. Unfortunately, that’s not always easy to do when you are trying to […]

Caution in the Face of Coronavirus: Running a UTAH HOA Without Gatherings

Whether your closet is filled with Costco toilet paper and you’re checking your phone every hour for the latest COVID-19 update or you’re urging your social-media network to stop panicking and just start washing their hands, one thing is certain: coronavirus continues to spread and, according to health professionals around the world, one thing we […]

Caution in the Face of Coronavirus: Running an Oregon HOA Without Gatherings

Whether you’re urging people to just start washing their hands or your closet is filled with toilet paper, one thing is certain: coronavirus continues to spread.  According to health professionals, one thing we can do to slow the spread is avoid group gatherings. Unfortunately, that’s not always easy to do when you are trying to […]

VF Law’s Own Robert Fotheringham Appears on The Nicholas Cupps Show

“I had the pleasure of sitting down with the founding partner of Vial and Fotheringham, a multi-state law firm that helps in almost all areas of law, but excel in the Homeowner’s Association space.  Rob is an estate planning attorney and his story of how he started his firm, how they grew it to where […]

General Adjudication Process

Utah, like other western states, is conducting general adjudications of all of the water rights within several major drainages. These proceedings, which are complex and lengthy legal actions, are being conducted for several reasons. First, these adjudications are an effort to recognize, quantify, and prioritize water rights that, in some cases, extend back into the […]

Condominiums Must Abide by Denver’s New Benchmarking Ordinance

In an effort to preserve integrity, quality of life, and strengthen the local economy the Denver Department of Public Health and Environment established an Energy Efficiency Program. An integral part of this Energy Efficiency Program is the county’s new Benchmarking Ordinance. The ordinance is sited in the Denver Revised Municipal Code, Chapter 4, Article V. […]