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January 2007      Vol. 36, No. 1

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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In and Around the Bar

CBA President's Message to Members
Looking Back, Looking Forward—Leadership and Beyond, p. 5
Elizabeth A. Starrs

Bar News
Bar News, p. 7
Mindy Marks, Cheryl Law

CBA Ethics Committee
Addendum to Formal Opinion 94, p. 11


Alternative Dispute Resolution
The State of the Intertwining Doctrine in Colorado, p. 15
Eric B. Liebman, Burkeley N. Riggs

The Civil Litigator
Satisfying Creditor Claims Against Colorado LLCs, Members, and Managers, p. 23
Brandon R. Ceglian

Family Law
The Child’s Wishes in APR Proceedings: An Evidentiary Conundrum, p. 33
Joe Pickard

Intellectual Property and Technology Law
The Revision of the Colorado Trademark Registration Statute, p. 39
Arthur H. Travers

Real Estate Law
Mold Issues in the Colorado Real Estate Industry, p. 45
Gregory A. Goodman


The Scrivener: Modern Legal Writing
The House That Jack Built With Effective Transitions, p. 51
K.K. DuVivier


Access to Justice
Public Interest Service at the University of Colorado School of Law, p. 55
Norman Aaronson

Historical Perspectives
Consequential Damages That Decomposed on Appeal: A Mortifying Experience, p. 59
Frank Gibbard

Review of Legal Resources
ABA Guide to Credit and Bankruptcy, p. 63
Matthew P. Crouch

Colorado Choice of Entity Deskbook, p. 63
Michael D. Brown

Colorado Water Law Benchbook, First Edition, p. 64
Leslie Gartrell Toepfer

Consensus Through Conversation: How to Achieve High-Commitment Decisions, p. 65
Masayo K. Quick

The Electronic Evidence and Discovery Handbook: Forms, Checklists, and Guidelines, p. 66
Daniel J. Lowenberg

The Lawyer's Guide to Records Management and Retention, p. 67
Jerome V. Porter

Overcoming the 6-Minute Life: How and Why the Legal Profession Should Free Itself from Billable Hours, p. 68
Robert V. Aghazarian

From the Courts

Colorado Supreme Court Opinions

Colorado Court of Appeals Opinions

Court Business
Court Business, p. 107

Colorado Supreme Court Office of Attorney Regulation Counsel
Disciplinary Case Summaries for Matters Resulting in Diversion and Private Admonition, p. 117

Colorado Disciplinary Cases
Disciplinary Case Summaries, p. 123

Disciplinary Opinions, p. 125

U.S. Court of Appeals for the Tenth Circuit
Summaries of Selected Opinions, p. 127

Notices, Products, and Services

Young Lawyers Division
Young Lawyers Division, p. 69

In Memoriam
In Memoriam, p. 87

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