March 11, 2014
Connecting You to the Latest in Colorado Law : : Colorado Bar Association Continuing Legal Education
The Colorado Court of Appeals issued no published opinions and thirty-three unpublished opinions for the week of February 19, 2012.
Neither State Judicial nor the Colorado Bar Association provides case summaries for unpublished appellate opinions. Case announcements are available here.
CBA CLE Legal Connection is published by Colorado Bar Association CLE (also known as CLE in Colorado, Inc.). It is focused on delivering timely resources, updates and continuing legal education to … [Read More...]
Solo Tip Tuesday: Keep Track of Requests You've Made of Others in a Folder Called @WFF
This could be my all-time favorite tip. We often use email to ask someone to send us something, or check on something and get back to us, etc. Sending the email is the easy part. The hard part is keeping track of what you asked for and when, and then remembering to follow up when the person doesn’t get back to you. Click here to read more.
One of the hot-topic issues for employment law today is workplace privacy. Qusair Mohamedbhai, a leading Colorado employment law attorney, and Philip Gordon, a leading privacy attorney who focuses on HR privacy issues, will tackle this complex and rapidly evolving area of the law at the CBA-CLE 2014 Employment Law Conference on March 20-21.
On Friday, March 7, 2014, Governor Hickenlooper signed six bills and a joint resolution into law. These include bills to name the Claret Cup Cactus as the official state cactus; collection of restitution as part of a deferred judgment; emissions inspections for collector vehicles; and publication of legal notices on a statewide website maintained by a majority of Colorado newspapers.
The Tenth Circuit Court of Appeals published its opinion in Antelope Coal Co./Rio Tinto Energy America v. Goodin on Monday, March 3, 2014.