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Five-Minute Mentor

What is Misclassification of Employees and why should you care? Because the US Department of Labor just announced it will fine and seek damages from any employer that incorrectly classifies its employees – no more warnings.  Every lawyer who either has employees or advises businesses with employees must recognize these new issues. This program examines […]

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Do you have clients with foreign spouses or employees? Or do you have foreign clients?  It may be advantageous for you to know more about immigration law to better serve your own clients or refer them to an attorney who specializes in immigration law. Immigration law is one of the most complex areas of law […]

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BYOD (Bring Your Own Device) is the hot topic in the IT world, but what does it mean for the solo and small firm? Phil Shuey explains the concept, which permits employees to bring personally owned mobile devices (laptops, tablets, and smartphones) to their place of work and use those devices to access privileged company […]

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The most profitable law firms share two common characteristics. First, they all run a very efficient ship — one that integrates flexible software with well-defined business process. Second, they all focus on the hardest part of the practice, generating income, while leaving technology to those who know it best. Tom Zichterman explains how law firms, by […]

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Following and abiding by the Colorado Rules of Professional Conduct can be challenging enough for an attorney, but issues can become even more complicated if you are practicing two professions. In the video below, Eric Nesbitt, a Colorado licensed real estate attorney and commercial real estate broker, covers ethical considerations involved with actively practicing dual […]

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In the video below, solo attorney Maria B. Lopez explains how to develop a practice model that fits you, consider time frames for transition planning, selling your practice, technology issues, valuation elements, and more. Design, Build and Run Your Practice So You Can Leave It (With a Smile) with Maria Lopez from Colorado Bar Association […]

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Every week this month, in celebration of Legal Professionalism Month, the Colorado Bar Association will share a tip on professionalism. This week, CBA Professionalism Coordinating Council Co-chair Peter Goldstein discusses the importance of having a streamlined intake process to ensure a good start in relationships with new or prospective clients. Client Intake by Peter Goldstein […]

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Every week this month, in celebration of Legal Professionalism Month, the Colorado Bar Association will share a tip on professionalism. This week, Colorado Court of Appeals Judge Richard L. Gabriel explains why it doesn’t pay to be a bulldog in the courtroom and how professionalism can boost your credibility, relationships with those involved in the […]

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Every week this month, in celebration of Legal Professionalism Month, the Colorado Bar Association will share a tip on professionalism. This week, attorney and CBA Young Lawyers Division Chair-elect Emma Garrison discusses the inevitability of making a mistake at some point in your career, and, more importantly, once you do err how to correct it.

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If you’re hanging your shingle, you’ll have to decide what kind of technology you will use to run your firm, from cloud computing options to printers. Below, Phil Shuey will take you through considerations for your firm. Five-Minute Mentor: Technology for Your Firm, with Phil Shuey from Colorado Bar Association on Vimeo. Phil Shuey spoke […]

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