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April 2002      Vol. 31, No. 4

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


The Sale of Technology-Based Businesses in a Challenging Market, p. 9
Nathaniel T. Trelease, Kevin M. Kelly, Jonathon J. Taylor


Comments on the Amendments to C.R.C.P. 16: An Opportunity to Enjoy Practicing Law, p. 23
Robert J. Truhlar

Specialty Law Columns

Estate and Trust Forum
Creditor Access to a Nonsettlor Beneficiary’s Trust, p. 45
Brandon Culter, Nora E. Roth

The Ethics Column
Ethical Considerations of Attorney’s Liens, p. 51
Patrick T. O'Rourke

Family Law Newsletter
Retirement Asset Division in Uncertain Economic Times, p. 55
Hilary Greer Fike

Government and Administrative Law News
Free Speech for Mushrooms but Not Peaches: Economic Regulations After United Foods, Inc., p. 61
F. J. "Rick" Dindinger

Labor and Employment Review
The U.S. Supreme Court Toyota Case: Further Limits to the ADA, p. 65
John M. Husband

Real Estate Law Newsletter
Animus Over Animas?—Changes in Regulatory Takings Law in Colorado, p. 69
Alexis M. Strachan

Tort and Insurance Law Reporter
The Showpiece Homes Decision: From Caveat Emptor to Insurer Beware?, p. 73
John Kezer


ABA Delegates' Report
Report on the Midyear Meeting Of the ABA House of Delegates February 4-5, 2002, in Philadelphia, p. 25
Fred Rodgers

CBA Ethics Committee Formal Opinions
Formal Opinion 110: Assertion of Attorney's Charging Lien and Taking Security Interest in Client Property to Protect Fees, p. 27

Formal Opinion 111: Communicating With Represented Person for the Purpose of Providing a "Second Opinion", p. 29

CBA Family Violence Program
Domestic Violence: Make It Your Business, p. 31
Betty Bechtel, Melissa Trollinger, Kathleen M. Schoen

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

Technology and Law Practice
Electronic Filing’s First Year In Colorado, p. 41
Elizabeth Robertson

In Memoriam
In Memoriam, p. 82

From the Courts

Colorado Supreme Court Opinions

Colorado Court of Appeals Opinions

Court Business
Court Business, p. 101

Matters Resulting In Diversion and Private Admonition
Colorado Supreme Court Attorney Regulation Counsel, p. 109

Colorado Disciplinary Cases
Summaries of Opinions, p. 115

Opinions, p. 117

U.S. Court of Appeals for the Tenth Circuit
Summaries of Selected Opinions, p. 129

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