John Kellogg and Luke Ritchie Present at CBA Virtual Event
(Denver, Colo., September 11, 2020) – Moye White LLP is pleased to announce partners John W. Kellogg and Lucas T. Ritchie each virtually presented at the Colorado Bar Association (CBA) annual Business Law Institute.
The four-day event was co-sponsored by the CBA’s business and taxation law sections. The 2020 Business Law Institute provided sessions covering the common, critical and current issues of interest to business lawyers. Topics included data privacy, choice of entity, employee ownership, legislative, case law and secretary of state updates, startup and in-house counsel issues, COVID-19 impacts, diversity and inclusiveness, and litigators’ perspectives.
Ritchie, who serves as Chair of both the CBA Litigation Section and Securities Law Subsection, shared his litigator perspective in a panel presentation, “What Business Lawyers Do That Litigators Love.” He was joined on the panel by litigation partners from Davis Graham & Stubbs, Faegre Drinker, and LS Pozner.
On the final day of the Business Law Institute, Kellogg presented on recent and upcoming legislation that will impact business attorneys, including the CARES Act and other relief in his solo session, “Businesses, the Cares Act and Other Relief Legislation.”
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