By now, most real estate lawyers have an awareness that cybercrime happens and that specifically wire fraud is on the rise in real estate transactions. However, general awareness of wire fraud doesn’t actually help people detect that they could potentially be scammed in a particular situation. Avoid becoming a victim, help your clients avoid becoming a victim and help the reduce the exposure and risk when your clients become victims. Presented by Jon Goodman.
$25 CLE, $15 New/Young Lawyer
Please join us for the Boulder County Bar Foundation Annual Meeting and Reception at The Boulder Cork at 5:30 pm.
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What Every Lawyer Should Know About Public Benefits – Guidance for attorneys when dealing with public benefits issues that they encounter in other areas of practice.
Public benefits issues can arise in all areas of law. As an elder law attorney, you may need to understand how your client’s estate plan will affect eligibility for long-term care Medicaid. As a family law attorney, you may need to understand how a divorce will affect your client’s (or your client’s ex-spouse’s) eligibility for public benefits. As an immigration attorney, you may need to understand how your client’s status affects eligibility for various public benefits. These are just a few examples of how public benefits issues come up in the everyday practice of law.
The Colorado Rules of Professional Conduct require attorneys to represent clients competently (C.R.P.C. 1.1). An understanding of public benefits law will help you to advise and represent clients competently when public benefits issues arise.
The attorneys on the panel will discuss the basics of:
The Tax, Estate Planning and Probate section will present Federal Tax Reform and its impact on State and Local Taxes on Wednesday, April 25.
Judy Vorndran will present on:
The presentation will discuss the legal framework for state regulation of the cleanup of contaminated federal properties. This includes the doctrine of sovereign immunity, as well as relevant provisions of RCRA, CERCLA, the Atomic Energy Act, and the Federal Facility Compliance Act. The presentation will also discuss how these principles and laws were applied at Rocky Flats and the history of the site.
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BOULDER COUNTY LEGAL SERVICES ANNUAL PRO BONO LUNCHEON & AWARDS CEREMONY
Noon at Marriott Boulder (2660 Canyon Blvd)
$29 Per Person
Register via email or call Erika Martinez at 303-449-2197
Please join the Paralegal section for their monthly presentation, held at Dickens Tavern in Longmont.
Please join the Employment Law section for their monthly CLE presentation.
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