Ski company wants Conlin case moved to Eagle County

9th January, 2015 by

By Randy Wyrick

BROOMFIELD — The ski company wants the wrongful death case over a teenager’s avalanche death heard in an Eagle County courtroom. Vail Resorts filed a motion late Thursday to move the civil case stemming from Taft Conlin’s death out of Broomfield, where the company moved its corporate offices. In attorney Rob Blume’s motion, the ski company said the case will require a site visit to Prima Cornice, and that the witnesses live in Eagle County. “Every single witness in this case lives in Eagle County, the family, Taft’s friends, the ski patrollers. There’s no connection to Broomfield,” Blume said. Blume …

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