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February 27, 2007

February 27, 2007 DENBARlink Member Newsletter from the Denver Bar Association

IN THIS ISSUE:  

 

- Amendment 41: What it Says, What It Means, and the Ethical Considerations 

- The “Holistic” Approach to the Practice of Alternative Dispute Resolution

- Marital Agreements in Colorado

- What is Patentable, Including Comparison with Copyright and Trade Secrets


TUESDAYS AT THE BAR
Get lunch, CLE, and a great program!

Make reservations for these programs by sending a check for $15 ($25 for non-members), payable to the Denver Bar Association, to: Tuesdays at the Bar, DBA, 1900 Grant St., Ste. 900, Denver, CO, 80203. A form to use is below. You also may RSVP by calling (303) 860-1115, ext. 727, or e-mailing lunches@cobar.org. Indicate the program you will be attending. All programs are at the DBA, third floor, at noon. Cost includes lunch and typically one CLE credit.

March Topics:

*** March 6: Amendment 41: What it Says, What It Means, and the Ethical Considerations
Are you prohibited from winning the Nobel Prize? Can you still win the Powerball? Can your child get a scholarship? Can you eat that donut? The answers to these questions (maybe) and more will be discussed by speakers Jason Dunn, Deputy Attorney General; Bob Clark, Assistant Douglas County Attorney; and Mark G. Grueskin, Isaacson Rosenbaum, PC. One general credit requested.

*** March 13: The “Holistic” Approach to the Practice of Alternative Dispute Resolution
The “holistic” approach to the practice of alternative dispute resolution will be discussed in this program. The speakers will provide suggestions for incorporating this approach on professional and personal levels. One general credit requested.

*** March 20: Marital Agreements in Colorado
Members of CBA Family Law Section will address this important topic. One general credit requested.

*** March 27: What is Patentable, Including Comparison with Copyright and Trade Secrets
Henry Smith, chair of the CBA Solo/Small Firm Section, will present on the topic. One general credit requested.

 

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Please circle the programs that you would like to attend.

March 6, Noon–1 p.m., $15 ($25 for non-members)
Amendment 41: What it Says, What It Means, and the Ethical Considerations

March 13, Noon–1 p.m., $15 ($25 for non-members)
The “Holistic” Approach to the Practice of Alternative Dispute Resolution

March 20, Noon–1 p.m., $15 ($25 for non-members)
Marital Agreements in Colorado

March 27, Noon–1 p.m., $15 ($25 for non-members)
What is Patentable, Including Comparison with Copyright and Trade Secrets  

 

 

 

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