Even if you don’t have the time to spend endless days musing about CAFA like we do, that’s no excuse for ignoring this event, which offers quick shots of information about the Class Action Fairness Act. So what if no one at the office will believe you when you say you absolutely must jet to Snowmass this January to get the scoop on CAFA.
There is a 45-minute evening presentation at the Colorado Bar Association’s National CLE Conference for Civil Litigation, which gives you plenty of time to get that rocky mountain high. This marathon for mind and body runs from January 5-10, 2007.
The sessions start barely after dawn and end well beyond sundown, but there are big midday gaps to let you process what you’ve learned while working your way around the moguls (snow bumps, not captains of industry).
As a courtesy to ski bums, “Latest Developments in Class Action Litigation: The Class Action Fairness Act Two Years Later” is scheduled for 6:00 p.m. on Friday, January 5, 2007. It would be a shame not to stick around for Tuesday’s late afternoon session, “Ethics at the Movies!” featuring attorneys on the big and little screens. Wednesday at 7:00 a.m. it’s “The Lawyer’s Winning Edge Part II, Personalized Trial Skills Workshop.”