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October 2004      Vol. 33, No. 10

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
Leona Martínez


CBA President's Message to Members
Computer Chaos: There Really Is No Place Like Home, p. 83
Steve C. Briggs

Specialty Law Columns

Business Law Newsletter
Minesweeping the Digital Millennium Copyright Act “Safe” Harbors, p. 95
Stephen A. Hess

Estate and Trust Forum
Rights to and Disclosure of Medical Information: HIPAA and Colorado Law, p. 101
Cyndi Lyden, Louisa M. Ritsick, K. Gabriel Heiser

Government and Administrative Law News
Privacy Rights and Public Records in Colorado: Hiding in Plain Sight, p. 111
Brad D. Bailey

Professional Conduct and Legal Ethics
Federal Anti-Terrorism Laws and Law Firm Clients, p. 117
Trip Mackintosh, Lizbeth Rodriguez, Stephen G. Masciocchi

Privacy & Information Security

Foreword, p. 11
Paul H. Schwartz

Preface, p. 13
Nathaniel T. Trelease, Jim Brogan, Natalie Hanlon-Leh, Richard L. Gabriel

The Inevitable Disclosure Doctrine: Safeguarding the Privacy of Trade Secrets, p. 17
Jessica Lee

The Right of Publicity: Status Under Colorado Law, p. 27
Christopher P. Beall

If You Build It, They Will Come: Secure Federated Identity, p. 41
Randy V. Sabett

Metadata: Hidden Information in Microsoft Word Documents and Its Ethical Implications, p. 53
Brian D. Zall

Practicing Safe E-Mailing: The CAN-SPAM Act of 2003, p. 61
Michele B. Fagin

Privacy Versus Freedom of Speech: Telemarketing and Government’s Ability to Limit It, p. 67
Sean R. Gallagher, Marianne N. Hallinan

HIPAA Privacy and Security: Issues for Employer-Sponsored Health Plans, p. 75
Mary Leto Pareja


ABA Delegates' Report
Actions of the ABA House of Delegates At Its Annual Meeting in Atlanta, Georgia, August 9–10, 2004, p. 87
Fred Rodgers

Rule on Insurance Disclosure May Impact Colorado, p. 89
Chris Little

In Memoriam
In Memoriam, p. 94

From the Courts

Colorado Supreme Court Opinions

Colorado Court of Appeals Opinions

Matters Resulting in Diversion
Matters Resulting In Diversion And Private Admonition, p. 145

Colorado Disciplinary Cases
Summaries of Disciplinary Opinions, p. 153

Disciplinary Opinions, p. 155

U.S. Court of Appeals for the Tenth Circuit
Tenth Circuit Summaries, p. 159

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