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September 2006      Vol. 35, 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.

Accessible by CBA members only

In and Around the Bar

CBA President's Message to Members
What Have We Learned From 9/11 and Katrina, p. 5
Elizabeth A. Starrs

Bar News, p. 7
Mindy Marks

Colorado Bar Association 2005–06 Annual Report: CBA President, Executive Director, Administrative Departments, CBA–CLE, Committees and Sections, Local Bar Associations, and Financial Statement, p. 13


Alternative Dispute Resolution
Fact-Finding Investigation in the Workplace: A Powerful ADR Tool, p. 57
Kathryn E. Miller

Government and Administrative Law
Eminent Domain Law in Colorado—Part I: The Right to Take Private Property, p. 65
M. Patrick Wilson

Juvenile Law
Dependency and Neglect Law: New Legislation and Case Law, p. 79
Kathryn Henshall Smith

Trust and Estate Law
The Common Law Spouse in Colorado Estate Administration, p. 85
Amy K. Rosenberg


Appellate Practice
Adverse Authority, p. 95
Andrew M. Low

The Scrivener: Modern Legal Writing
“Beholder” Reflections—Part III, p. 99
K.K. DuVivier

The Colorado Lawyer Poetry Contest

Special 24-Page Section Including Top-Ten Winning Poems and More!, p. 33

Departments and More

CBA Family Violence Program
Protection Orders and Animal Abuse in Family Violence, p. 105
Janet Mickish, Kathleen M. Schoen

Historical Perspectives
The Divinely Scientific Edward C. Smith: Prosecution of a Healer for Hire, p. 115
Frank Gibbard

Review of Legal Resources
Asset Protection Planning Guide, Secon Edition, p. 119
Reviewed by Michael D. Brown

Information Security for Lawyers and Law Firms, p. 120
Reviewed by Michael D. Brown

The Curmudgeon's Guide to Practicing Law, p. 121
Reviewed by Susan E. Chetlin

Lawyer's Professional Liability in Colorado: Preventing Legal Malpractice and Disciplinary Actions, Second Edition, p. 122
Reviewed by Connie Tromble Eyster

From the Courts

Colorado Supreme Court Opinions

Colorado Court of Appeals Opinions

Court Business, p. 155

Colorado Disciplinary Cases
Summaries of Disciplinary Opinions, p. 161

Disciplinary Opinions, p. 163

U.S. Court of Appeals for the Tenth Circuit
Tenth Circuit Summaries, p. 165

Notices, Products, and Services

Young Lawyers Division, p. 128

In Memoriam, p. 136

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