Tenth Judicial District, County of Pueblo, State of Colorado
General Order Modified (DISTRICT OF COLORADO)
Court Procedures and Reforms as a Result of COVID-19.
Arapahoe 18th JD Chief Judge Orders on COVID-19
Arapahoe 18th JD Chief Judge Orders on COVID-19
Arapahoe, Douglas, Elbert and Lincoln Counties 18th JD Chief Judge Orders on COVID-19
Court Operations in 4th Judicial District for May 4 to May 31 + Resilience CLE
Colorado Supreme Court Issue Remote Witnessing Procedures, Rules 91 and 92 to the Colorado Rules of Probate Procedures
1st Judicial District: An update from Judge Pilkington
21st Judicial District: Administrative Order of Cheif Judge 2020-10
21st Judicial District: Administrative Order of the Cheif Judge 2020-13 Order Extending Administrative Order 2020-10
18th Judicial District: Douglas, Elbert and Lincoln Counties, Colorado ( Amended Chief Judge)
18th Judicial District: Arapahoe, Douglas, Elbert and Lincoln Counties, Colorado ( Amended Chief Judge)
18th Judicial District: Arapahoe, Douglas, Elbert and Lincoln Counties, Colorado ( Second Amended Chief Judge)
22nd Judicial District: First Amended Administrative Order 2020-02 Concerning Procedures During Present COVID-19 Crisis
Colorado Judicial Branch: Adopted & Proposed Rule Changes
6th Judicial District
4th Judicial District
Dear CBA members,
To address the issue of notarizing and executing legal documents during this time of social distancing, on Friday, Governor Polis issued Executive Order D 2020 019, suspending the personal appearance requirement for notarizations. On Monday, the Secretary of State issued emergency, temporary rule 8 CCR 1505-11. Both were effective upon execution.
The CBA encourages our members to review their malpractice insurance coverage with their carriers and consider whether any of remote notarization, if performed remotely or electronically, would limit or invalidate your coverage on a particular matter.
More Information about MLPI
Archived MGMT HQ Webinars
Would you use a free, confidential, and “virtual” helping hand? COLAP’s got you covered. While the initial shock and stress of world events and shelter-in-place has passed, we continue to face new and difficult stressors. You might feel isolated, overwhelmed with urgent demands on your time and attention, or be juggling multiple personal and professional issues that include physical illness and financial concerns. Heightened stress can also exacerbate behavioral health issues such as anxiety, depression, substance use, and addiction. Your Colorado Lawyer Assistance Program (COLAP)<coloradolap.org> is open and providing free and confidential assistance for the legal community. Click here<coloradolap.org/wp-content/uploads/2020/04/TIPS_Lawyers_Teleworking-and-Staying-Calm-During-Difficult-and-Changing-Times_041420.pdf> for quick tips on teleworking and staying calm during changing times. For a confidential consultation and discussion about your stressors, helpful resources, or to schedule a free ethics CLE well-being webinar for your firm or organization, contact your Colorado Lawyer Assistance Program: 303-986-3345 or firstname.lastname@example.org<mailto:email@example.com>. * All calls and emails are confidential * Click here<coloradolap.org/home/support-groups> for information on virtual support group meetings exclusively for the legal community through CLHL.
Force Majeure and COVID-19
EPA Issued Guidance for Superfund and Other Clean Up Site
Rent Relief for Retail Tenants During the Coronavirus Pandemic
Work From Home Cybersecurity Basics
Judge Jones’ Plea for Professionalism
Furloughs, Reductions in Force, and Alternatives to Consider
Does the Federal WARN Act Apply to Me?
New Small Business Reorganization Act May Provide Easier Bankruptcy Relief for Many Small Businesses Impacted by COVID-19
Colorado Requires Certain Employers to Provide Paid Sick Leave for Covid-19 Testing
Coronavirus and Force Majeure—Does COVID-19 Excuse Contractual Obligations?
Economic Relief Opportunities for Small Businesses in Colorado
Mental Health Resources for Attorneys during COVID
Custody and Co-Parenting During the COVID-19 Pandemic
Shelter in place orders: Changing The Way We Take Depositions
Emergency Efforts to Mitigate COVID-19
United States Department of Labor: COVID-19
What Businesses and Leaders Need to Know About The CARES Act the Paycheck Protection Program
House Passes the HEROES Act
Now on the COVID-19 Menu: Temporary Flexibility for Cafeteria Plans
Reopening Colorado- New COVID-19 Personal Protective Gear Rules
Using Waivers of Liability to Protect Your Business During COVID
Free CLE- Leagal Issues in Multi-Unit-Housing
The Colorado Bar Association is here to help. As information is changing by the minute, the Colorado Bar Association is collecting resources to keep members informed. If you have questions or comments, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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