The days of VPN, desktop practice management software, and ftp file sharing have given way to online applications like Google Apps, Dropbox and online practice management solutions. Fast, cost-effective, and easy-to-use, law firms of all sizes are moving to cloud-based systems to run their operations. How secure is a cloud-based system, however? Join Doug Edmunds, […]


By Guest Blogger, Shauna Itri  The federal False Claims Act, codified at 31 U.S.C. 3729, et seq. and pendent state False Claims Acts, (collectively “FCAs”) places power within the hands of private citizens to file a lawsuit if they have knowledge of fraud or dishonesty in transactions with the government. The citizens that bring a […]


Next Tech Tuesdays—How to Use the Free Moderate Income Toolkit’s Budget Spreadsheet

April 18, 2014

Our next presenter, Pete Peterson, the developer of the budget spreadsheet, will show us how to use the spreadsheet to easily (and automatically) do complicated financial scenarios.   Enter in your overhead expenses and then you’re ready to do “what if” calculations.  Now fill in the amount of pre-tax compensation you want to make.  Fill in […]

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World IP Day Presents “MOVIES: A GLOBAL PASSION” – April 23

April 16, 2014

Each year, the World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO) sponsors World IP Day as a unique opportunity to join with others around the globe to consider how IP contributes to the flourishing of music and the arts and to driving the technological innovation that helps shape our world.  With this year’s theme, “Movies: A Global Passion,” […]

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April Barristers After Hours and the CBA Solo Small Firm Section—Thursday, April 17

April 11, 2014

    The CBA Solo Small Firm Section is sponsoring a networking happy hour with the DBA Young Lawyers Division, at Cholon, 1555 Blake St, Denver, from 5:30 to 7 p.m. on Thursday, April 17. All Solo Small Firm Section members are encouraged to attend this fun evening of mingling, noshing, meeting new colleagues and […]

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Radio-age meets Internet-age: How do different generations of lawyers communicate?

April 10, 2014

By Guest Blogger, Janet Ellen Raasch An older lawyer wants a younger lawyer to return phone calls.  The younger lawyer wants the older to return texts.  An older lawyer wants to interact face-to-face.  The younger lawyer wants to interact electronically.  An older lawyer wants to see a younger lawyer well-dressed and at his or her […]

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Choice of Entity for Your Solo or Small Firm – Monday, April 14 – Live Program or Webcast

April 9, 2014

Choosing an entity can be one of the most important decisions when starting a law firm or solo practice. Choosing the proper business entity can have a direct impact as to how the business will be taxed, how it will operate, and the amount of liability protection available. Colorado offers a wide array of business entities to […]

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Work + Life = Balance? Advice on how to be an attorney—and also have a life

April 8, 2014

The CBA Committee for Balanced Legal Careers will hold a complimentary program on April 29 where attorneys with experience obtaining work-life balance will provide a brief presentation, followed by structured mentoring, to allow attendees to ask their own questions. Come and enjoy a free beer and learn how to find some balance! Click here for […]

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Tech Tuesdays: Building Your Network with LinkedIn

April 4, 2014

Learn more about how to build your network with LinkedIn in this Tech Tuesdays video. Creating and sharing your own content online is important to your audience, as well as in establishing yourself as a thought leader, and becoming a trusted authority in your niche. Learn tactics and activities to yield the best results. Presented […]

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Five Takeaways from a Law Cloud Survey

April 1, 2014

By Guest Blogger, Loretta Ruppert There is no denying the cloud is having its moment in the legal industry. While some attorneys claim to be “die hard” cloud proponents, others aren’t as convinced. In order to determine where attorneys’ perceptions stand on the issue, LexisNexis recently conducted survey titled: Cloud Technology in the Legal Industry. […]

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