Archive for ‘August, 2017’

DBA Member Highlight: Kwali Farbes

1. Why did you become a lawyer? I wanted to have work that is intellectually challenging and to have an opportunity to give back to my…

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How to Get out of Your Business Lease ~ By Sara Sharp and John Koechel

Signing a lease for your company is exciting, but after the initial thrill dies down and some time passes, it is possible that you may find…

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The Growing Threat to Cybersecurity ~ By Mark Spitz

In recent years, data privacy has become a serious concern in our increasingly networked world. As more and more personal, health, financial and business data are…

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Dangerous Clients: How to Protect Your Office from Current and Former High-Risk People ~ By Dr. Steve Albrecht

Incidents of attorneys being shot or assaulted by angry clients have a long history in this country, as the patched-over bullet holes in many courthouses can…

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MVL Makes Strides Amid a Troubling Time for Legal Aid ~ By Graham Winch

As an intern for Metro Volunteer Lawyers (MVL), I can confirm that when clients show up for an MVL legal aid clinic, they are visibly distressed…

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Legal Affairs ~ August/September 2017

GOOD THINGS Caleb Durling, a partner at Rollin Braswell Fisher LLC (RBF Law), is a member of the group of lawyers given the Colorado Lawyers Committee’s…

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Picture This ~ August/September 2017

Spring Colorado Bar Admission Ceremony Hundreds of families, friends and distinguished members of the legal community gathered at Boettcher Concert Hall on May 30 for a…

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Making the Case for Reform: Colorado’s Proposed Continuing Legal Education Revisions and the Age Exemption ~ By Corinne C. Miller

Colorado lawmakers have been diligent in crafting improvements to our Continuing Legal Education (CLE) regime over the past several years. The proposed changes eliminate the vast…

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VOLUNTEER CORNER ~ A View from the MVL Board ~ By Teresa Locke

As attorneys living and practicing in the Colorado, we have been given much. We are wealthier than 99 percent of the world and at least 80…

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What the Results of the CDOT’s Survey About Colorado’s Drunk Driving Reveals ~ By Dianne Sawaya

Despite the fact that driving under the influence is generally frowned upon by our society, every single day in the United States, drivers get behind the…

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