Kathryn Starnella on a Presentation Spree

Last week, Kathryn Starnella participated in three presentations. The topics included Title VII, religious rights, qualified immunity, and trending claims and litigation strategies.

On September 24, Kathryn served as a panelist for Faculty for Federal Advocate’s presentation, “Qualified Immunity in a Post-George Floyd Era.” Her co-panelists for the presentation were Honorable Juan Villaseñor, District Court Judge for the Eighth Judicial District; and Erica Tick Grossman, Partner at Holland Holland Edwards & Grossman. Lisi Owen of Franklin D. Azar & Associates; and LeeAnn Morrill, First Assistant Attorney General for the Colorado Attorney General’s Office, moderated the discussion.

On September 25, Kathryn served as a moderator for the panel presentation, “Trending Claims and Litigation Strategies to Keep Adversaries at Bay”. The panelists were Elizabeth Wylie, Partner at Snell & Wilmer; Tom Werge, Partner at Werge Law; Kelley Duke, Partner at Ireland Stapleton; and Charlene Yaneza, Senior Vice President and Deputy General Counsel for Litigation at Western Union. The presentation was part of the CBA-CLE Litigation Virtual Summit.

In addition to serving as a moderator during the Litigation Virtual Summit, Kathryn also recorded a presentation on the U.S. Supreme Court’s Bostock decision and religious rights cases from the 2019-2020 term. She co-presented with Paula Greisen, Partner at King Greisen LLP. The presentation is available on-demand through CBA-CLE’s website: https://cle.cobar.org/

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