Archive for ‘December, 2015’

Legal Affairs ~ January 2016

GOOD THINGS: Ryley Carlock & Applewhite is pleased to announce that W. John Lischer has joined the Denver Foundation’s Professional Advisors Council. Lischer is a shareholder.…

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Picture This ~ January 2016

Colorado Supreme Court Bar Admission Ceremony On the afternoon of November 9, the 576 individuals who successfully passed the July 2015 Bar Exam were recognized at…

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An It’s Complicated Amendment ~ By Keith Lewis

The Docket roots out wasteful, old-fashioned and meaningless procedures that remain affixed to our profession so as to annoy us way too often. RETRACTION: In the…

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New Denver Restaurants to Try in the New Year ~ By Natalie Lucas

Not to ruin any New Year’s resolutions to lose weight (including my own), the Denver restaurant scene is bursting with new spots to try every week,…

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Volunteer Corner: Colorado Attorneys for the Arts

Colorado Attorneys for the Arts (CAFTA) is a new program from the Colorado Business Committee for the Arts (CBCA) that connects artists and creative businesses with…

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A Call for Additional Federal Judges ~ By Sean R. Gallagher and James M. Lyons

In 1984, Apple introduced a new personal computer that it called the Macintosh. The murder rate in Cabot Cove, Maine far exceeded the national rate, largely…

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The Denver Anti-Trafficking Alliance ~ By Sara Nadelman

Denver has moved into the express lane when it comes to fighting human trafficking, thanks to the work of partners in the Denver Anti-Trafficking Alliance, also…

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“Bridge of Spies”: A New Entry to the Pantheon of Lawyer Movies ~ By Doug McQuiston

By the time you read this review, the Tom Hanks vehicle known as Bridge of Spies may be out on Pay-Per-View or Netflix. Rent it. The…

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DBA Member Highlight: 10 Questions with Emanuel Anton

1. Why did you become a lawyer? My father had always said to me that having a law degree was like a back door key to…

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An American Lawyer in Holland ~ By Jim Castle

Ten years ago, my cell phone rang, and on the other end, in a tinny voice reflective of international long distance calls back in those days,…

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