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January 19, 2006 CLE Luncheon

PLEASE MARK YOUR CALENDARS AND RESERVE A SPOT TO ATTEND THE
LUNCHEON MEETING OF THE LABOR & EMPLOYMENT LAW SECTION OF THE COLORADO BAR ASSOCIATION

 

THURSDAY, january 19, 2006

12:00 NOON

HOLLAND & HART, LLP

EXTERIOR LOUNGE (32ND FLOOR)

555 SEVENTEENTH STREET

DENVER, COLORADO

 

 

 

TOPIC:

 

“Motions in Limine - The trial attorney’s shield and sword.”

 

SPEAKERS:

Dave Angle of Angle & Angle, LLC* (bio below)

Frank Lopez, Qwest** (bio below)

 

BRIEF DESCRIPTION:

Please join us for a presentation regarding motions in limine practice in Colorado.  Among other things, we will discuss when to file these motions, common examples and preservation of the record.

 

Submitted for one general CLE credit.

 

For Members of the Section, the cost of the presentation is $10.00, including a box lunch and 1 general CLE credit  (or $5 for Members who do not want a lunch).  Government personnel, law students, and guests of Members, including non-lawyers, such as support staff, and law students, are also welcome at the cost of $10.00, including lunch.

 

Space is limited; reservations are "first made, first reserved" so please reserve as soon as possible. 

 

Please RSVP to the Colorado Bar Association by e-mail at mailto:lunches@cobar.org or by telephone at (303) 860-1115, x727.  Please RSVP no later than 12:00 p.m. on Wednesday, January 18, 2006.  Checks should be made payable to "Colorado Bar Association."  No shows and those who do not cancel before 12:00 p.m. on Wednesday, January 18, 2006 will be billed for the cost of the program.

 

We look forward to seeing you at the luncheon.

 

Paula Greisen & Lisa Hogan, Co-chairs

 

*Dave Angle is a partner with Angle & Angle, LLC, a father and son firm with offices in Boulder, CO and St. Louis, MO. Dave’s practice emphasizes civil rights, employee rights and consumer rights. He has tried seventeen jury trials in fifteen years of practice. Current cases of note include Halterman v. EMC Corporation, 04-CV-2660 JW (PVT), ND CA, one of the first Sarbanes-Oxley whistleblower cases proceeding to jury trial and Britton v. Car Toys, Inc., 05-CV-726 WYD (PAC), a class-wide sex discrimination case.

 

**Frank Lopez is a Senior Attorney with Qwest.  Prior to joining Qwest, Frank was an Assistant U.S. Attorney, a Senior Trial Attorney for the EEOC and a Deputy District Attorney.  In 1997 he received the EEOC Chairman’s Organizational Performance Award.  Frank has tried in excess of 35 jury trials in the state and federal courts, and has litigated numerous employment matters on behalf of private and public sector employers. Frank received his Juris Doctorate degree with Honors from the University of Florida in 1989.