Thursday, June 14, 2012

David M. McLain asked to speak at the Colorado Defense Lawyers Association 2012 Annual Conference

I am happy to have been asked to speak at this year's CDLA Annual Conference, July 26th through 28th, in Crested Butte. William J. McConnell, PE, of Vertex Engineering, and I will discuss common building code violations alleged in construction defect cases and how to respond to these allegations.

In an effort to adjust the conference to meet the needs of its membership, this year the CDLA has modified the format to afford more breakout sessions in various specialized areas of practice. In addition to the general sessions, the sub-committees have put together eight hours of education in each respective discipline that should enhance your practice for years to come.

To sign up for this outstanding event, you can download a registration form here. I look forward to seeing you in Crested Butte!

About CDLA:
CDLA is a statewide organization that is 700 members strong, is dedicated to the defense of civil actions and the promotion of fairness and integrity in the civil justice system.

CDLA is a statewide organization of attorneys defending the interests of business and individuals in civil litigation. CDLA provides numerous educational and informational resources to its members and offering many opportunities for connections among defense trial lawyers. The following are CDLA's goals:

Education: To teach and educate and to improve the skills of the civil defense law practitioner

Justice: To strive for improvement in the civil justice system

Balance: To be a counterpoint to the plaintiff's bar and seek balance in the justice system

Economics: To assist members in dealing with the economic realities of the defense law practice

Professionalism and Service: To urge members to practice ethically and responsibly, keeping in mind the lawyer's responsibilities that go beyond the interest of the client to the good of society as a whole

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