Save the Date
The DBA Annual Party with free food and drink is Wednesday, June 9 at 5:30 p.m. at the Denver Art Museum. More details will follow soon.
Judge Bayless’ Directive
Chief Judge of Denver District Court, Jeff Bayless, has issued a directive on the Colorado Parental Notification Act. To read it, go to www.cobar.org, to thebottom right of the front page and see "From the Courts."
Too $#%^) Heavy?
Is The Colorado Lawyer just too &*#!-) heavy? Are your book shelves sagging under that big load? Care about trees?
We have a cure. Effective with the April issue, you will receive the version with summaries of the published opinions of the Colorado Court of Appeals and Supreme Court (to be "the standard version"). But don’t panic yet; to keep getting the full version, simply e-mail email@example.com or write The Colorado Lawyer, CBA, 1900 Grant Street, Suite 900, Denver, CO 80203. Say you would like the larger version that has the full-text opinions—we’re happy to fill your request. You can also find an online form on the home page at http://www.cobar.org.
The Loan Repayment Assistance Program Committee is now a free-standing Colorado Bar Association Committee. The Committee is charged with developing a program for the benefit of attorneys engaged in public service practice. David Juarez is seeking more members before calling the first meeting. You can contact him at firstname.lastname@example.org or call at (303) 920-9066.
Transitions on April 19
"Lifelong Learning" is the topic for the CBA Transitions meeting on April 19, noon, in the large classroom, 1900 Grant Street, Suite 300, Denver. The program will focus on the wide variety of opportunities we have for continuing to grow. DBA and CBA members, as well as spouses and friends, are invited. Reserve a place and a lunch by calling (303) 860-1115, ext. 727, or e-mailing email@example.com. The cost is $15.
8-Courses at Yasui Dinner
The 2004 Asian Pacific American Bar Association’s Minoru Yasui Banquet is on April 24 at the Palace Chinese Restaurant, 6265 E. Evans Blvd. at 6 p.m. An eight-course dinner, performance by Denver Taiko, and an awards program are all part of the evening. For prices and registration, see http://www. apaba.8k.com.
DBA-CLE for March
Estate Planning Basic Skills takes place March 4-5, offering the most thorough techniques to start you on your way toward a successful estate planning practice. The cost is $199 for CBA Trust & Estate Section members and their staff, $209 for CBA members, $239 for nonmembers. 11 general and one ethics credits are available.
Tax day is coming, so come to the Basics of Accounting and Financial Statements on March 11. This program is for those with little or no experience with accounting principles and financial statements. The cost is $169 for CBA Business Law Section members, $179 for CBA members and $209 for nonmembers. Seven general CLE credits are available.
Defending Civil and Criminal Healthcare Investigations is on March 17. Learn about the federal government’s anti-fraud enforcement efforts, and fraud concerning criminal investigations, and civil and administrative matters. The cost is $119 for CBA Health Law Section members, $129 for CBA members and $149 for nonmembers. Four general CLE credits are available.
The location for these programs is 1900 Grant Street, Suite 300, Denver.
For more information, call
Honorees for the 2004 Barristers Benefit Ball, on May 1, 6:30 p.m. at the Hyatt Regency Tech Center, were chosen by the Metro Volunteer Lawyer Governing Board. They are: Dee Keller, Mark Bove, Elsa Martinez Tenreiro, The Harris Law Firm and
Jason Cuerdon. We’ll have more on these deserving people next month.
"Deposition and Trial Testimony of Financial Experts in the Commercial Case: an Advanced Skills Program" by the National Institute of Trial Advocacy is on April 29-May 2 in Louisville. Learn to maximize the impact of your expert witness, harmonize fact and expert witnesses, and master damage issues. Tuition is $2,195. For more information, contact (800)225-6482 or www.nita.org.