Denver Bar Association
June 2010
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DBA–CLE June

8th Annual Rocky Mountain Intellectual Property & Technology Institute is June 3–4 at the Westin Westminster. The Institute includes: a judicial panel discussion on trends in IP litigation; a corporate panel on IP issues in social media; practice specific updates on patent law, licensing, copyrights; IP diligence and issues in corporate M&A; and more.

2010 Annual Estate Planning Retreat is June 17–19 at the Vail Marriott. This annual advanced-level program is co-sponsored by the CBA Trust and Estate Section. It primarily consists of interactive, small group discussions. Each registrant will participate in four-out-of-eight highly active discussion groups. Topics range from "A Trustee’s Duty to Inquire"; "Right to Pry: Perspective is Everything"; and "Is Your Hand on the Chopping Block? Avoiding Malpractice."

Health Care Reform, As the Dust Settles is June 17. The 2010 Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (as Reconciled) is here. Now what? This program covers the critical issues with a keynote address from Julie Barnes, acting director of the Health Policy Program at the New America Foundation in Washington D.C. Two in-depth panel discussions will feature key representatives of stakeholder groups and health care attorneys.

Trial Management and Technology for the Litigation Team, is June 30. Today, successful litigation requires a precision litigation team. This program for both attorneys and paralegals presents the two most critical elements of a successful litigation team approach. First, the creation of a trial notebook that becomes the effective road map and game plan for the presentation of the case, providing guidance and reference points for each stage of the proceedings. Second, the mastery of the courtroom technology and electronic presentation that juries have come to expect. It’s not just for big firms or long trials anymore; this role is becoming a highly mastered skill of the litigation paralegal.

CCIE Summer CLE Series

Colorado Campaign for Inclusive Excellence is pleased to announce its Summer 2010 CLE Series. This year’s sessions offer topics ranging from the role of unconscious bias in the law to the future of women attorneys at large law firms. National diversity expert Dr. Arin Reeves of The Athens Group (Chicago) will also host a 2-hour CLE in June. General and ethics CLE credits will be available for all sessions. Visit www.colegaldiversity.org to register and to learn more about each of the six CLE sessions.

Request for Proposals for Services

The Office of the Child’s Representative is seeking proposals to pilot two or more multi-disciplinary law offices in Denver Juvenile Court and Arapahoe District Court to represent the childrens’ best interest in Dependency and Neglect and Delinquency cases. Visit www.coloradochildrep.org and click the RFP link or call (303) 860-1517, ext. 100 for more information. Deadline is July 12.


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