January 29, 2015
Connecting You to the Latest in Colorado Law : : Colorado Bar Association Continuing Legal Education
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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.
In his book Between Two Ages: The 21st Century and the Crisis of Meaning, futurist Van Wishard introduces globalization this way: “Sir Fred Holye was an eminent British mathematician and astronomer. He made a remark in the 1940’s that was prophetic: ‘Once a photograph of Earth, taken from the outside, is available, a new idea as powerful as any in history will be let loose.’ That photograph was taken in 1969 from the moon, and it provided a visual symbol of globalization for humanity. Globalization [is] the long-term effort to integrate the global dimensions of life into each nation’s economics, politics and culture. In my judgment, this is the most ambitious collective experiment in history.”
On January 7, 2015, Sen. Pat Steadman introduced SB 15-016 — Concerning Marriages by Individuals who are Parties to a Civil Union, and, in Connection Therewith, Prohibiting Marriages in Circumstances in which One of the Parties is Already in a Civil Union with Another Individual, Addressing the Legal Effect of Parties to a Civil Union Marrying Each Other, Clarifying the Dissolution Process when Parties to a Civil Union Marry, and Amending the Bigamy Statute to Include Parties to a Civil Union.
On January 8, 2015, Sen. Beth Martinez-Humenik and Rep. Jon Keyser introduced SB 15-049 — Concerning the Vesting of Title to Real Estate in a Grantee that is an Entity that has not yet Been Formed Once the Entity has Been Formed.