When:
March 17, 2017 @ 12:00 pm – 1:30 pm
2017-03-17T12:00:00-06:00
2017-03-17T13:30:00-06:00
Where:
The University Club
1673 Sherman St
Denver, CO 80203
USA
Cost:
30.00
Contact:
Carin Ramirez
303-296-3377

Law Club March Luncheon

TABOR AT 25:

STILL A FOUNT OF LITIGATION

by David W. Broadwell, Denver Asst. City Attorney

Please RSVP no later than March 13th

WHEN: Friday, March 17, 2017 @ 12:00 pm

WHERE: The University Club

David W. Broadwell, Assistant City Attorney of the City and County of Denver Department of Law of  will present “TABOR at 25: Still a Fount of Litigation.”  David Broadwell was appointed an Assistant City Attorney/Supervisor in the Land Use and Revenue Section of the City and County of Denver’s Department of Law in 1999. He is now in charge of special projects for the Department. Prior to joining the city, he served for seven years as the staff attorney for the Colorado Municipal League. He is the principal author of TABOR: A Guide to the Taxpayer’s Bill of Rights (1999), and contributed to numerous other CML publications while at the League. Since 1993, he has written the chapter on local government law for the Annual Survey of Colorado Law. Mr. Broadwell also frequently participates as an amicus curiae representing the interests of Colorado municipalities in Colorado appellate courts, and regularly appears as a presenter on continuing legal education programs for local government attorneys in Colorado. In 2002, he received the Award for Distinguished Public Service by a Local Government Attorney from the International Municipal Law Association. From 1982 until 1992, Mr. Broadwell served as a planner and city attorney in Glenwood Springs, Colorado. He holds his law degree and master’s degree in regional planning from the University of North Carolina.

Mr. Broadwell will teach us about recent litigation regarding Colorado’s Taxpayer Bill of Rights including constitutional challenges, what qualifies as an exempt enterprise, what tax changes require taxpayer approval, when fees are considered taxes, and other litigated aspects of TABOR.  He will also discuss  ongoing and future implications of this unique law on Colorado’s financial well-being.

Please register by Monday, March 13th by 5:00 p.m. using the link below.

For this lunch, we will be applying for 1 general CLE credit, and the cost to attend is $30.  Please register no later than Monday, March 13th at 5 p.m.

Law Club March Luncheon TABOR AT 25: STILL A FOUNT OF LITIGATION by David W. Broadwell, Denver Asst. City Attorney

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