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					                                             REGISTER FOR THIS PROGRAM ONLINE!
                                                         Go to www.cobar.org/cle




                 2008 Colorado
Employment Law
  Conference
Co-sponsored by the CBA Labor and Employment Law Section
                     Submitted for 10 General CLE Credits



WHAT YOU WILL LEARN:                                 WHY YOU SHOULD ATTEND:
■ Case Law and Legislative Update                    ■ Four Tracks: Beginner, Advanced, In-
■ Cases Every Employment Law Attorney Needs in         house, and Employment Agreements
  His or Her Back Pocket                             ■ Full Coverage of Employment
■ View From the Bench: U. S. Magistrate Judge          Agreement Issues
  Kristen L. Mix                                     ■ Presentations by Prominent Judges,
■ Plaintiff/Defense Point and Counterpoint             Law Professors, and State and
■ Employment Discrimination Law Basics (State          Federal Officials
  and Federal)                                       ■ Convenient 1-1/2 Day Format
■ EEOC and Colorado Civil Rights Division            ■ Great Networking Opportunities
  Administrative Processes Explained                 ■ Colorado's Premier Employment Law
■ Employment Discrimination Lawsuit Process Basics     CLE Conference!
  (State and Federal)
■ Family Responsibility and “Sex Plus”               WHAT PAST ATTENDEES SAY:
  Discrimination Issues                                  "Excellent presentations by
■ Family Medical Leave Act Issues                            top-notch faculty."
■ Federal and Colorado Wage Hour Issues
■ Employment Law Issues for In-house Counsel            “Loved the diversity of topics
■ Working Effectively with the Media                     and ability to jump between
■ What You Need to Know about Independent                        the tracks.”
  Investigations
■ Employment Agreements and Employee Handbooks           “Still the best employment
                                                          conference in the Rocky
■ Settlement Agreements and Releases
                                                             Mountain Region.”
■ Covenants Not to Compete and Trade Secrets



                   LIVE ONLY - IN DENVER!
               THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 21, 2008 (full day)
                FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 22, 2008 (morning)
At the Grand Hyatt Denver Hotel, 1750 Welton Street, Denver, CO 80202
 2008 COLORADO EMPLOYMENT LAW CONFERENCE

E    mployment law continues to be one of the fastest-
     changing areas of law in our state and nationwide.To be
on top of your game, you need to be well-versed in the
                                                                          WHEN AND WHERE:
                                                                    LIVE ONLY - IN DENVER!
fundamentals as well as aware of the most recent                      FEBRUARY 21, 2008 (full day)
developments.You need to know which issues are emerging,
                                                                     FEBRUARY 22, 2008 (morning)
which of the volumes of new case law are really important            At the Grand Hyatt Denver Hotel
to your practice, and what the Colorado and Federal                   1750 Welton Street • Denver, CO
legislatures have been up to. In addition, you need to keep
on top of important personnel and policy changes at the
                                                                                 CREDITS:
Colorado and Federal employment law regulatory agencies.                   Submitted for 10
                                                                          General CLE Credits
Relax - CBA-CLE and the CBA Labor and Employment Law
Section will make sure you are up to date. Just attend the
2008 Colorado Employment Law Conference and get up to speed fast!

In addition to an information-packed general session full of case law and legislative updates, this year's
program includes three great tracks of specialized instruction in the hottest areas of employment law.
Choose from a beginner track, an advanced track, or a track just for in-house counsel. Learn the latest on
a wide variety of issues such as family and medical leave act issues, non-compete and other employment
agreements, wage hour issues, family responsibility discrimination and much more! There is something for
everyone!

As always, our distinguished faculty includes highly regarded practitioners, judges, and law professors, giving
you practical information you can you use in your practice right away.

As in past years, this year's conference promises to be well-balanced between employer and employee
perspectives, informative, and entertaining. And don't forget the great networking opportunities!

   Mark your calendar now for the 2008 Colorado Employment Law Conference!

                                         PROGRAM AGENDA:
                               DAY 1, Thursday, February 21, 2008:

    8:15 a.m.     Registration

    9:00 a.m.     GENERAL SESSION 1: Case Law and Legislative Update
                  Presented by Professor Martin J. Katz

    9:50 a.m.     Break

   10:00 a.m.     GENERAL SESSION 2: Employment Lawyer to Magistrate Judge: What I
                  Have Learned So Far
                  Presented by The Honorable Kristen L. Mix

   10:50 a.m.     Break

   11:00 a.m.     GENERAL SESSION 3: Cases Every Employment Lawyer Should Have in His
                  or Her Back Pocket
                  Presented by Diane S. King, Esq. and Judith (Jude) A. Biggs, Esq.

   11:50 a.m.     Lunch Featuring “Plaintiff/Defense Point and Counterpoint”
                  (Program Scheduled from 12:05 - 12:55 p.m.)
                  Presented by Darold W. Killmer, Esq. and William C. (Bill) Berger, Esq.
                                        PROGRAM AGENDA:
                        DAY 1, Thursday, February 21, 2008: continued
        TRACK 1: Equal Employment                      TRACK 2: Issues of Interest to Experienced
          Opportunity Law Basics                           Employment Law Practitioners

1:00 p.m.    Session 1: Equal Employment             1:00 p.m. Session 1: Current Issues in Family
             Opportunity Law Fundamentals:                     Responsibility Discrimination and
             Statutes and Key Cases                            “Sex Plus” Discrimination
             Presented by Professor Melissa Hart               Presented by Charlotte N. Sweeney,
                                                               Esq. and Brett C. Painter, Esq.
1:50 p.m.    Break
                                                     1:50 p.m. Break
2:00 p.m.    Session 2: EEOC and Colorado
             Civil Rights Division                   2:00 p.m. Session 2: Family Medical Leave
             Administrative Process Basics                     Act Issues
             Presented by TBA                                  Presented by Andrew W. Volin, Esq.
                                                               and Joan M. Bechtold, Esq.
2:50 p.m.    Break
                                                     2:50 p.m. Break
3:00 p.m.    Session 3: Employment
             Discrimination Lawsuit                  3:00 p.m. Session 3: Current Issues in Federal
             Process Basics                                    and Colorado Wage and Hour
             Presented by Rita Byrnes Kittle, Esq.             Regulation and Enforcement
             and Steven M. Gutierrez, Esq.                     Presented by Peter Wingate and
                                                               Alex Salaiz
3:50 p.m.    Adjourn
                                                     3:50 p.m. Adjourn

                               DAY 2, Friday, February 22, 2008:
8:15 a.m.    Registration

       TRACK 1: Issues of Interest to                     TRACK 2: Employment Agreements:
            In-house Counsel                              Strategy, Drafting, and Enforcement

9:00 a.m.    Session 1: If You Could See             9:00 a.m.   Session 1: Employment Agreements
             Through My Eyes: The In-house                       and Employee Handbooks: What
             Counsel Perspective on                              Has to Be in Them and Why
             Employment Law Issues                               Presented by Paula Greisen, Esq. and
             Presented by Lisa Hogan, Esq.,                      David D. Powell, Jr., Esq.
             Karen DuWaldt, Esq., and
             Florine L. Clark, Esq.                  9:50 a.m.   Break

9:50 a.m.    Break                                   10:00 a.m. Session 2: Negotiating and Drafting
                                                                Settlement Agreements; Enforcing
10:00 a.m. Session 2: How to Work                               Releases
           Effectively with the Media                           Presented by Todd J. McNamara, Esq.
           Presented by Bruce Goldberg and                      and David H. Stacy, Esq.
           Deborah Sherman
                                                     10:50 a.m. Break
10:50 a.m. Break
                                                     11:00 a.m. Session 3: Negotiating, Drafting, and
11:00 a.m. Session 3: Current Issues in                         Enforcing Covenants Not to Compete;
           Independent Investigations                           Preventing Release of Trade Secrets
           Presented by Elizabeth R. Rita, Esq.                 Presented by Jay S. Jester, Esq. and
           and Elizabeth Imhoff Mabey, Esq.                     Christopher H. Toll, Esq.

11:50 a.m. Adjourn                                   11:50 a.m. Adjourn
                   FACULTY AND PLANNING COMMITTEE:
FACULTY:                                     Brett C. Painter, Esq.
Joan M. Bechtold, Esq.                       Davis Graham & Stubbs LLP
Law Offices of Joan M. Bechtold LLC          Denver, CO
Denver, CO                                   David D. Powell, Jr., Esq.
William C. (Bill) Berger, Esq.               Brownstein Hyatt Farber Schreck PC
Stettner Miller PC                           Denver, CO
Denver, CO                                   Elizabeth R. Rita, Esq.
Judith A. (Jude) Biggs, Esq.                 Ducker Montgomery Aronstein & Bess PC
Holland & Hart LLP                           Denver, CO
Boulder, CO                                  Alex Salaiz
Florine L. Clark                             Director, Denver Colorado District Office
Vice President and Deputy General Counsel    Wage and Hour Division
Red Robin International, Inc.                Employment Standards Administration
Greenwood Village, CO                        U.S. Department of Labor
                                             Denver, CO
Karen DuWaldt, Esq.
Vice President and Deputy General Counsel    Deborah Sherman
Qwest Communications International, Inc.     Investigative Reporter
Denver, CO                                   KUSA-TV, Channel 9
                                             Denver, CO
Bruce Goldberg
Associate Editor/Strategies                  David H. Stacy, Esq.
Denver Business Journal                      Ducker, Montgomery, Aronstein & Bess PC
Denver, CO                                   Denver, CO

Paula Greisen, Esq.                          Charlotte N. Sweeney, Esq.
King & Greisen LLP                           LaFond & Sweeney LLC
Denver, CO                                   Denver, CO

Steven M. Gutierrez, Esq.                    Christopher H. Toll, Esq.
Holland & Hart LLP                           Holland & Hart LLP
Denver, CO                                   Greenwood Village, CO

Melissa Hart                                 Andrew W. Volin, Esq.
Associate Professor of Law                   Sherman & Howard LLC
University of Colorado Law School            Denver, CO
Boulder, CO                                  Peter Wingate
Lisa Hogan, Esq.                             Research Director, Division of Labor
Brownstein Hyatt Farber Schreck PC           Colorado Department of Labor and
(Formerly Vice President of Litigation and   Employment
Employment, at Level 3 Communications)       Denver, CO
Denver, CO
                                             PLANNING COMMITTEE:
Jay S. Jester, Esq.
                                             William C. (Bill) Berger, Esq.
Jester & Gibson LLP
                                             Stettner Miller PC
Denver, CO
                                             Denver, CO
Martin J. Katz
                                             Paula Greisen, Esq.
Associate Professor of Law
                                             King & Greisen LLP
Sturm College of Law
                                             Denver, CO
University of Denver
Denver, CO                                   Diane S. King, Esq.
                                             King & Greisen LLP
Diane S. King, Esq.
                                             Denver, CO
King & Greisen LLP
Denver, CO                                   Todd J. McNamara, Esq.
                                             McNamara & Martinez LLP
Elizabeth Imhoff Mabey, Esq.
                                             Denver, CO
Business Controls, Inc.
Littleton, CO                                David H. Stacy, Esq.
                                             Ducker, Montgomery, Aronstein & Bess PC
Todd J. McNamara, Esq.
                                             Denver, CO
McNamara & Martinez LLP
Denver, CO                                   Charlotte N. Sweeney, Esq.
                                             LaFond & Sweeney LLC
Honorable Kristen Mix
                                             Denver, CO
United States Magistrate Judge
United States District Court for the         Andrew W. Volin, Esq.
District of Colorado                         Sherman & Howard LLC
Denver, CO                                   Denver, CO
      2008 COLORADO EMPLOYMENT LAW CONFERENCE
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                           LIVE ONLY - IN DENVER!
     FEBRUARY 21, 2008 (full day) • FEBRUARY 22, 2008 (morning)
    INDIVIDUAL TUITION:
     ❏ New Lawyer (in practice 2 years or less) ................................................$249
     ❏ CBA Labor and Employment Law Section Member ................................$349
     ❏ CBA Member ........................................................................................$379
     ❏ Non-member ........................................................................................$399
    TRACK SELECTION: Please indicate TRACK preference (both days):
      • Thursday, February 21, 2008:                       ❏ TRACK 1                ❏ TRACK 2
      • Friday, February 22, 2008:                         ❏ TRACK 1                ❏ TRACK 2
    THURSDAY LUNCHEON: Please indicate if you plan to attend:
      ❏ YES, I plan on attending the lunch presentation on Thursday, February 21, 2008
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      recordings are offered in CD format. Audio home study will consist of the entire conference programming.

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     ❏ CBA Member: $95                               ❏ Non-member: $125
    COURSE MATERIALS, & RECORDED SEMINAR (CD)
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 Employment Law
   Conference
Co-sponsored by the CBA Labor and Employment Law Section


LIVE ONLY - IN DENVER!
FEBRUARY 21, 2008 (full day)             COLORADO'S
FEBRUARY 22, 2008 (morning)                PREMIER
                                       EMPLOYMENT LAW
                                       CLE CONFERENCE!
At the Grand Hyatt Denver Hotel
1750 Welton Street, Denver, CO 80202

Submitted for 10 General CLE Credits


REGISTER FOR THIS PROGRAM ONLINE! Go to www.cobar.org/cle

				
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