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Shoulder Litigation, It’s Not Humorous, It’s The Humerus

Hosted by Colorado Defense Lawyer Association, Dr. Lawrence Lesnak will dive into the medicine of shoulder injuries and how it can impact workers compensation claims--including complex regional pain syndrome (CRPS) claims. Plus, Dr. Lesnak will address how to defend against surgical litigation and conversion of impairment rating. Register for this virtual event online.

Colorado Law Talk: Exploring Transformative Silence and Protest

Hosted by the University of Colorado Law School, Professor Deborah Cantrell explores how the law matters to social activists. With the increase in social protests recently, Cantrell explores how the law and protests present freedom of silence as much as they present freedom of speech. Cantrell asks if transformative silence can advance protestor goals for […]

Entrepreneurs Unplugged: Mike Shehan, SpotX

Silicon Flatirons host SpotX founder and CEO Mike Shehan who will discuss his experience building a successful startup. SpotX is a leading video advertising platform used by streaming companies including Disney, Discovery, Roku, Samsung and Viacom. As part of its Entrepreneurs Unplugged series, Silicon Flatirons encourages individuals to learn about and engage in entrepreneurship.


Regulating Megabanks: A Conference in Honor of Arthur Wilmarth

The University of Colorado Law School and the University of Colorado Law Review will host a virtual daylong symposium on regulating large financial conglomerates. The symposium honors Professor Arthur Wilmarth of the George Washington University Law School, who has devoted his entire scholarly career to this topic and whose book Taming the Megabanks was just […]

Drafting Employee Handbooks

Hosted by CBA CLE, Stefanee Handon will cover basics for creating employee handbooks. This audio webcast will cover compliance with EEO laws, creating handbooks that are not enforceable contracts, defining workplace policies and more.  Attendance earns one general CLE credit.

$49 – $89

Ethics of Shared Law Office, Working Remotely & Virtual Offices

Hosted by CBA CLE, Thomas Spahn explores the ethics and risks of virtual offices and remote work in the legal industry. The audio webcast will cover client disclosures, virtual communications and more. Attendance earns one general CLE and one ethics CLE.

$59 – $89

Locking in Liability for your Slip, Trip and Fall Cases

Hosted by CTLA, Dan Kramer and Daniel DeSantis share their experience in slip, trip and fall liability trials. The live webinar covers tailoring discovery to client injuries, how to properly notice depositions of the defendant witness and knowledgeable persons to the case and taking defendant witness and PMK depositions.

$99 – $129

2021 Wage & Hour Update: New Overtime Rules

Hosted by CBA CLE, Shira Yoshor discusses recent updates around overtime labor rules including "gig" workers, the Biden administration and the PAID independent audit program. Yoshor will cover best practices to avoid overtime misclassification liability. This audio webcast counts for one general CLE.

$49 – $89

Spoliation of Evidence & Sanctions

Hosted by CTLA, Scarlette Kelty will review state and federal case law around spoliation of evidence. Kelty will discuss sanctions for spoliation, spoliation letters and evidence preservation compliance. The webinar is especially relevant to commercial vehicle litigation but applies to any case where evidence must be preserved.

$99 – $129

Hidden Electronic Data That Can Make or Break Your Case

Hosted by CTLA, Dan Chamberlain and Collision Reconstruction Engineer Justin Schorr will explain how vehicles store phone data that could make or break a case. The online webinar explains how cars store smartphone information and what evidence from car memories can surface in discovery.

$99 – $129

Ethical Issues in Contract Drafting

Hosted by CBA CLE, Thomas Spahn will explore the ethics of contract drafting. In this audio webcast, Spahn will cover the ethics and law of counter-party mistakes and the ethics of contract rescission and negotiation. Attendance will earn one general CLE and one ethics CLE.

$59 – $89

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