Real Estate Spring Update 2018 - Replay Colorado Springs

March 2018
 
Real Estate Spring Update - What’s NEW in Colorado Real Estate
 
Co-sponsored by the Colorado Bar Association Real Estate Section
 
 
 
There is a lot going on in the Colorado real estate industry!
 
The City and County of Denver is asking with every project whether a public/private partnership is a good fit. What is (and is not) a P3? Why use a P3 model for building projects? What is developable real estate’s role in P3s? And what are some recent market examples of public/private partnerships? Get answers to these questions and more!
 
According to the FBI, the Internet Crime Complaint Center saw a 480% increase in the number of complaints filed last year by those in the real estate industry. Most of these complaints were related to wire fraud. Find out why wire fraud is a growing trend in the real estate industry.
 
On November 7, 2017, the citizens of Denver passed the Denver Green Roof Initiative. The City is forming a Task Force of stakeholders to develop recommended modifications, clarifications and improvements to the initiative through a collaborative, consensus-based process. Attend the program to learn about the implementation of this new ordinance.
 
You always need to stay apprised of insurance issues. Get the latest on how to analyze insurance claims, indemnification clauses and the duty to defend.
 
… and back by popular demand! COLAP Presents: Staying Sane in the Practice of Law
This presentation will help you understand and mitigate the effects of stress, vicarious trauma, compassion fatigue, decision fatigue and case fatigue, including a discussion of The ABA Study on Attorney Wellness [ITAL] of August 2017.
 
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Agenda:
 
8:30am  
Registration and Continental Breakfast  
 
9:00am  
Welcome and Introduction
Moderator: Amy Mowry, Esq.  
 
9:10am  
Public/Private Partnerships
- What is (and is not) a P3?
- Why use a P3 model for building projects?
- Developable real estate’s role in P3s and value capture
- Recent market examples.
Presented by Brent Butzin, Esq.  
 
10:00am  
Networking Break  
 
10:10am  
How to Analyze Insurance Claims in Real Estate Transactions
Presented by Steve Mulligan, Esq.  
 
11:00am  
Wire Fraud - How to Avoid Being an Unwitting Enabler or Victim
Presented by Jonathan Goodman, Esq.  
 
11:50am  
Lunch on Your Own  
 
1:00pm  
The Green Roof Initiative: Implementation and the Stakeholder Task Force Process
Presented by:
Jill Jennings Golich, MPA / LEED GA | Deputy Director, Community Planning & Development  
Katrina Managan, Senior Advisor, Energy Efficiency, Denver Department of Public Health and Environment (DDPHE)  
 
1:50pm  
Indemnification Clauses and the Duty to Defend
Presented by Jean Arnold, Esq.  
 
2:40pm  
Networking Break  
 
2:50pm  
COLAP Presents: Staying Sane in the Practice of Law
This presentation will help you understand and mitigate the effects of stress,
vicarious trauma, compassion fatigue, decision fatigue and case fatigue,
Including a Discussion of The National Task Force on Lawyer Well-Being Report of August 2017
Presented by Sarah Myers, Esq.
  
3:40pm  
Q&A Panel
Members of the Faculty  
 
4:00pm  
Adjourn    
Location Information
Law Office of Michael D Holder
421 S. Tejon Street
Colorado Springs, CO
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Registration Fees
CBA Member $329.00
CBA Real Estate Law Section Member $299.00
CLEACCESSPASS--ELITE Pass Holder $0.00
Paralegal/Legal Support Staff $249.00
New Lawyer Edge Partner $154.50
Non Member $359.00
  • General Credits: 6.00
  • Ethics Credits: 1.00
Start Date - End Date
April 17, 2018
Start Time - End Time
9:00 AM - 4:00 PM
Event Location
Law Office of Michael D Holder
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Sponsor Information

  • Public/Private Partnerships
  • Denver’s New Green Roof Initiative
  • Wire Fraud: How to Avoid Being an Unwitting Enabler or Victim