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May 8

Tuesday, May 8, 2012
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In this issue...
  • Walters and Cutler are People’s Choice for Dance at BBB
  • Register for the Sean May Memorial Run/Walk
  • The May Issue of The Docket is Now Online
  • 2013 Colorado Legal Directory Verification Forms and E-mails
  • Wheels of Justice Kick-Off Party
  • Sign Up for the School Supply Drive
  • DBA Coffee Talk
  • The Top 10 Mistakes Companies Make in Online Advertising
  • Literary Lawyer Series with Attorney General John Suthers
  • Bankruptcy Update 2012
  • 101 Really Good Ideas for You and Your Law Practice
  • Gone Clio with Attorney Joe Bahgat
From the Bar
Walters and Cutler are People’s Choice for Dance at BBB
Former DBA President Bill Walters and his wife Christy Cutler were the crowd favorite for their performance at the Barristers Benefit Ball on Saturday, May 5. The couple’s performance was a sort of evolution of dance, highlighting various genres but capping it off with a few steps from Beyoncé’s infamous video “Single Ladies (Put a Ring on It).” Mark and Pat Fogg were rock and roll, dancing to “Born to Be Wild.” Elsa Martinez Tenreiro and her husband Steve Theis performed a sultry rumba. The couples all fundraised for Metro Volunteer Lawyers, raising more than $27,000 – the Foggs were the top fundraising couple. Read more about the event here. For BBB acknowledgments, click here. Check out photos of the event on our Facebook page.
Register for the Sean May Memorial Run/Walk—Saturday, May 12
The Fourth Annual Sean May Memorial Run/Walk will be held on May 12 at Barr Lake State Park. Proceeds from the race will benefit Access to Justice programs and Sean May’s family. For more information or to register, click here.
The May Issue of The Docket is Now Online
Inside this issue, meet the five honorees for the DBA’s Annual Awards (including bonus video interviews); Cindy Wolf explores the potential ethical pitfalls of cloud computing; attorney and sommelier Randie Thompson will show you how to buy wine for any occasion; and N. Reid Neureiter offers readers a glimpse into his first trial as an attorney – representing Terry Nichols. Read these articles and more online!
2013 Colorado Legal Directory Verification Forms and E-mails
For the second year, the Denver Bar Association is producing the The Colorado Legal Directory. Look for your listing verification email in August. The 2013 edition is slated for release in early December. If you have questions, please contact Heather Clark. To purchase a copy of the 2012 edition, click here.
Wheels of Justice Kick-Off Party—Wednesday, June 6
The Courage Classic Wheels of Justice team is having their annual Kick-Off Party at the Denver Athletic Club rooftop on Wednesday, June 6, from 6 to 8 p.m., and a pre-party team ride on the Cherry Creek path from 5 to 6 p.m. Food and drinks are provided, and attendees will receive a two-week pass to the DAC; the first 23 people to RSVP will receive an invite for a DAC rooftop spin class during the summer. DAC parking is $5 for attendees. For more information or to RSVP, contact Kate Schuster by June 1.
Sign up for the School Supply Drive—July 23–Aug. 3
The Community Action Network Committee is sponsoring its Annual School Supply Drive to benefit Denver Public Schools and Children’s Outreach Project. Fill out this form to sign up. Contact Heather Clark or Kate Schuster for more information.
Continuing Legal Education
DBA Coffee Talk—Tuesday, May 23
Taking a Bite Out of Disability Discrimination: Service Animals vs. Companion Animals under the Law

Coffee Talk will highlight the differences between a service animal and a companion animal, and what it means for housing, employment, and public accommodations. The discussion includes a person’s rights under the Americans with Disabilities Act, Fair Housing Act, and the Colorado Anti-Discrimination Act. Click here for program information and to RSVP. One general CLE credit is available; cost to attend is $5 for DBA members and $20 for non-members, and includes breakfast.
The Top 10 Mistakes Companies Make in Online Advertising—Wednesday, May 16
The speakers will examine common advertising and trademark infringement missteps associated with online advertising. They will address such topics as website testimonials, endorsements in social media, online disclaimers, promotion of products on fake news sites, use of competitors’ names on websites, and related enforcement considerations. Click here for more information.
No Higher Calling, No Greater Responsibility with Attorney General John Suthers—Tuesday, May 22
Literary Lawyer Series

John W. Suthers has served as deputy, chief deputy, and district attorney; U.S. attorney; and attorney general. His book, “No Higher Calling, No Greater Responsibility,” shares his insights on the justice system and will serve as the basis of this CLE presentation. All attendees will receive a copy of the book. Click here for more information.
Bankruptcy Update 2012—Friday, June 22
In the past year, bankruptcy practitioners have had to incorporate a plethora of new federal rules requirements and respond to continually changing legal interpretations set forth in recent case law. In addition, for the first time Colorado has two Chapter 13 trustees, and both have their own unique approach to Chapter 13 case administration. Attend this year’s Bankruptcy Law Update to learn more about these and many more changes to your practice. Click here for more information.
Law Practice Management
101 Really Good Ideas for You and Your Law Practice
Disney has 101 Dalmatians. California has that long and snaky Highway 101. Club 101 is arguably the hottest nightclub in El Paso, Texas. And today, Attorney at Work has “101 Really Good Ideas for You and Your Law Practice” in a special download! Read more at Attorney at Work.
Gone Clio with Attorney Joe Bahgat
In this Gone Clio podcast episode, Clio co-founder Jack Newton talks with special guest, attorney Joe Bahgat of Bahgat Law LLC, about cost savings through Clio; hiring a virtual assistant; tools to help you stay organized and the capabilities of Clio’s document management; and Clio Connect features. Listen in at Legal Talk Network. Click here to find out how Denver and Colorado Bar Members can receive substantial discounts off of Clio services.

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