Robert C. Ozer, P.C. v. Borquez

In Robert C. Ozer, P.C. v. Borquez, 940 P.2d 371 (Colo. 1997), the court recognized the tort claim for invasion of privacy in the nature of unreasonable publicity given to one's private life. The court also noted that a majority of jurisdictions recognized that the right of privacy may be invaded in four different ways: (1) unreasonable intrusion upon the seclusion of another; (2) appropriation of another's name or likeness; (3) unreasonable publicity given to another's private life; and 4) publicity that unreasonably places another in a false light.