Following are presentations and handouts for the 90th Annual CML Conference, June 19-22, 2012, in Breckenridge.
CLE forms and evaluations will be available at the conference, but no other materials will be available in hard copy form except for those books purchased in advance.
These resources will continue to be on the web for at least two weeks after the conference.
Conference presentations and handouts are added as they are received. Last update: June 25. Click here for the
final conference program
CLE accredited sessions
Wednesday, June 20
Privacy and privilege in personnel matters by Kathie B. Guckenberger, Widner Michow & Cox LLP attorney
The relationship of the municipal court and elected officials (handout) by George Boyle, Arvada municipal judge, and Bill Starks, Loveland municipal judge
Thursday, June 21
Unclogging the courts: Mediation on livability issues by Susan Spaulding, Longmont community relations specialist; Shay Bright, PhD, Fort Collins community mediation coordinator; and Beck Safarik, Greeley community development director
2012 Legislative Update (handout) by the CML advocacy team
Municipal bankruptcy presentation and handout by Kenneth J. Buechler, Buechler Law Office LLC founder
Open data initiatives
Presentation by Michele Hovet, Arvada chief information officer, and Don Ingle, Boulder director of information technology
"Copyright, Privacy, and Open Records Act Website Policies for Governmental Entities" (article) from Government Counsel by Ema I.G. Schultz
Friday, June 22
Art in public places
Getting "public" art from private development by Matthew Mire, Hayes Phillips Hoffmann & Carberry PC attorney
Art and the law by John M. Redmond, Denver Airport Legal Services Section assistant city attorney, and Matt Chasansky, DIA art/culture program director
Indemnification clauses in state contracts: Where are we?
Indemnity clauses: State of Colorado perspective by Robert Jaros, deputy state controller
Indemnity clauses in local government contracts (presentation and handout) by Herbert C. Phillips, Hayes Phillips Hoffmann & Carberry PC counsel
How can a judgment be enforced against a Colorado government? (handout) by Dee Wisor, Sherman & Howard LLC attorney
"To the Extent Permitted by Law" (article) by Jeffrey E. Erb, Seter & Vander Wall PC
Thyssenkrupp Safway Inc v Hyland Hills Parks & Recreation District from Westlaw
An ethics sampler for the local government lawyer by Rolf Asphaug, RTD deputy general counsel
2011 Ethics Handbook by the Independent Ethics Commission
Formal opinion #123: Candor to the tribunal and remedial measures in civil proceedings by the Colorado Bar Association Ethics Committee