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March 2002      Vol. 31, No. 3

The Colorado Lawyer, the official publication of the Colorado Bar Association, serves as an informational and educational resource to improve the practice of law.

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Bar News

Bar News
Bar News, p. 4
Molly Osberg


General Interest Article
Developments in the Right of Privacy in Colorado, p. 9
Thomas B. Kelley, Christopher P. Beall


The Colorado Bar Foundation, p. 23

Report on the Colorado Attorneys’ Fund for Client Protection, p. 29
John S. Gleason

Specialty Law Columns

Business Law Newsletter
How to Keep Insiders Inside in a Chapter 11 Reorganization, p. 45
Risa Lynn Wolf-Smith, Tim Gordon

The Civil Litigator
Treble Damages for Civil Theft in Colorado After Itin v. Ungar, p. 49
John M. Anderson, Thomas J. Wolf

Civil Evidence
Limits on Attorney-Expert Opinions in Jury Trials Under C.R.E. 403, 702, and 704, p. 53
Elizabeth A. González

Estate and Trust Forum
Navigating Colorado’s Trust Registration Statutes, p. 55
Peter W. Bullard

Government and Administrative Law News
Growth Management: Recent Developments in Municipal Annexation and Master Plans, p. 61
Greg Clifton

Natural Resource and Environmental Notes
Build It and They Will Come for Gravel, p. 67
Lori Potter, Star L. Waring

Tax Tips
New Temporary Regulations Under Code § 355(e): The Problems With Planning Spin-offs, p. 71
Nathaniel T. Trelease

Update to “The Federal Income Tax Treatment of Contingent Legal Fees in Personal Injury Cases”, p. 77
James Serven

Young Lawyers Column
Collecting Documentary Evidence to Prepare the Heavy Truck Case, p. 79
Bryan J. Kemler


Appellate Practice
Chronology, p. 31
Andrew M. Low

From The Wool-Sack
From The Wool-Sack, p. 33
Christopher R Brauchli

Law Practice Management
Fee Agreements: Types, Provisions, Ethical Boundaries, and Other Considerations—Part I, p. 35
G. Michael Schuyler

Technology and Law Practice
Obsolete Computer Equipment—What To Do, p. 39
Robert B. Holt, Larry C. Smith

The Scrivener: Modern Legal Writing
Nit-picking or Significant Contract Choices?—Part I, p. 43
K. K. DuVivier

In Memoriam
In Memoriam, p. 84

From the Courts

Colorado Supreme Court Opinions

Colorado Court of Appeals Opinions

Court Business
Court Business, p. 111

Colorado Disciplinary Cases
Summaries of Opinions, p. 117

Opinions, p. 119

U.S. Court of Appeals for the Tenth Circuit
Summaries of Selected Opinions, p. 121

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