The CBA-CLE Inaugural Solo-Small Firm INSTITUTE was a great success, drawing over a hundred participants from June 12-14, 2019. The program, which ran concurrently with the Bar Associations Board of Governors Meeting, was designed for Colorado solo and small firms to gain valuable insights into issues that face solo and small law firms. There was also a “social track” of the convention which catered to the networking needs of this segment of Colorado attorneys that often feel isolated in their practices.
David Seserman of Seserman Law participated in the conference as a panelist in an area of particular expertise: pretrial discovery. The panel presentation, entitled, “Pretrial Discovery Disputes: How to Wield a Sword Without Falling on It,” included several other well-known members of the GPSolo community: Andrew J. Felser, moderated the panel while Mr. Seserman, J. Gregory Whitehair, and the Honorable Kathleen M. Tafoya were the panel members. Issues addressed included:
- Effective preparation for Rule 26(f) conferences
- Electronically stored information
- Special Masters
David is active in the CBA and ABA leadership communities. His participation in the Colorado Bar Association’s Solo-Small Firm INSTITUTE comes on the heels of a recent appearance on a GPSolo Podcast and panel presentation at the ABA Litigation Division meeting on “Big Firm Discovery on Small Firm Budget”