Announcement : Doug Conover Co-Presents to Inpact Conference on the Legal Aspects of Social Media

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  • The theme for the conference is Skills and Tools for Managing Partners as Team Leaders, facilitated by Jeffrey Nischwitz. Among the specific topic sections to be presented are: Team Engagement and Acceleration Team Communication, Accountability, and Execution Marketing - Unleashing Rainmakers As is our custom, at the Fall conference we will present our financial ratios review. To make the results more meaningful for our European members, financial ratios will be presented separately for North American members and for European members. We are also considering additional speakers. The official agenda will be sent to members around the middle of May. You cannot afford to miss this conference!
  • Saldivia Contreras Inalaf Würth & Verdugo Abogados Named International Trade Law Firm of the Year in Chile for 2015

    Global Law Experts (GLE), through its extensive nomination and research process for the 6th Annual Global Law Experts Awards, named Saldivia Contreras Inalaf Wurth & Verdugo Abogados “International Trade Law Firm of the Year in Chile for 2015.” The shortlisted candidates were judged on client testimonials, key cases, legal rankings, overall reputation, publication contributions, speaking engagements and the performance and standing of teams and individual lawyers.

    Saldivia Contreras Inalaf Würth & Verdugo Abogados was chosen based on responses from more than 100,000 business directors, in-house legal counsel, independent law firms, high net-worth individuals, bar associations, visitors to the GLE website and LinkedIn users. These recommendations were combined with GLE’s own independent research in order to create a shortlist for each award category.

     The firm will be featured in the 2015 Global Law Experts Awards Publication.

  • The Colorado Supreme Court just released its opinion in the Coats matter, attached.  The Supreme Court affirmed the opinion of the Court of Appeals which held that an activity such as medical marijuana use that is unlawful under federal law is not a ‘lawful’ activity under section 24-34-402.5 CRS.  It went on to find that Coat’s medical marijuana use was unlawful under federal law, it did not fall within the protections of section 24-34-402.5 CRS for ‘lawful’ use.

    Employers may still enforce their drug policies and discipline or terminate an employee who tests positive for THC.

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