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September 2003      Vol. 32, No. 9

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
Lindsay Packard

Bar News Highlight
Dick Barr Gives Back to the Profession by Giving to the Future of His Community, p. 6
Diane Hartman


Wrongful Convictions and the Accuracy Of the Criminal Justice System, p. 11
Patrick Furman

CBA President's Message to Members
CBA Road Trips Feature Free CLE and The Supremes Coming to a City Near You, p. 31
Robert J. Truhlar

Colorado Bar Association 2002-2003 Annual Report, p. 34

CBA Transitions Committee Mixes Information, Inspiration, p. 49
Diane Hartman

Profiles of Success: Brooke Wunnicke, p. 51
Larry Bohning

Specialty Law Columns

Business Law Newsletter
Discharging Civil Settlement Obligations In Bankruptcy After Archer v. Warner, p. 75
Curt Todd, Matthew J. Ochs

The Civil Litigator
Discovery and Spoliation Issues In the High-Tech Age, p. 81
Cassandra G. Sasso, Mary Price Birk

Civil Evidence
C.R.E. 803(6): Admissibility of Customer-Supplied Information Under Business Records Hearsay Exception, p. 89
Michael J. Hofmann

Family Law Newsletter
Family Law Magistrates: An Overview Of Review and Appeal Procedures, p. 91
Robert B. Wareham

Intellectual Property and Technology Law
Patented Technology: Issues in Drafting a License, p. 97
C. Ben Huber

Tax Tips
Simplifying the Disclosure Requirements Under the New Tax Shelter Regulations, p. 109
Adam M. Cohen, Andrew R. Kroll, Eric J. Zinn


Appellate Practice
Exploded Text, p. 55
Andrew M. Low

CBA Family Violence Program
Family Violence Program Achievements: 1997-2003, p. 57
Kathleen M. Schoen

Law Practice Management
Practice More Effectively: Tour the CBA LPM Department Web Page, p. 61
Michelle Gersic

The Scrivener: Modern Legal Writing
E-Filing: Entering the Electronic Ageā€”Part I, p. 69
K. K. DuVivier

Historical Perspectives
Turbulence a Mile High: Equal Employment Opportunity in the Colorado Sky, p. 71
Tom I. Romero, II

In Memoriam
In Memoriam, p. 72

From the Courts

Colorado Supreme Court Opinions

Colorado Court of Appeals Opinions

Court Business
Court Business, p. 141

U.S. Court of Appeals for the Tenth Circuit
Tenth Circuit Summaries, p. 145

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