Speaker: Rule of Law and Fair and Impartial Courts


Ms. Wells's national trial practice focuses on complex litigation including product liability and business matters. She was the 10th Circuit representative to the ABA's Standing Committee on the Federal Judiciary and vetted numerous judicial candidates, including U.S. Supreme Court nominees, during her tenure. She is a fellow in the American College of Trial Lawyers. She was featured in the January 2013 edition of American Lawyer Magazine. 

Some highlights of her trial practice include the following: representation of pharmaceutical companies in toxic tort litigation; defense verdict for Colorado town sued by airport developer; dismissal of toxic tort suit affirmed by Delaware Supreme Court for failure to state a claim for alleged preconception tort (child born with birth defects); summary judgment for a winemaker in distributor termination suit; dismissal of a class action pleaded against an alcohol beverage manufacturer that alleged deceptive advertising; defense verdicts for manufacturers in numerous aircraft accident cases including design defect claims of all sorts and crashworthiness; judgment rendered by state supreme court in favor of safety device manufacturer following adverse verdict; summary judgment for aircraft component manufacturer in a 5 death accident; multiple defense verdicts for medical device manufacturer in lengthy trials. She serves as national counsel for four clients in mass tort litigation.

Ms. Wells was the Director of the International Association of Defense Lawyers Trial Academy, and she has participated in numerous innovative trial proceedings related to the admissibility of expert evidence.
She was admitted to the Colorado Bar in 1977 and is a member of the bars of the USDC Colorado, the 5th, 10th, and 11th Circuit Courts of Appeal, and the United States Supreme Court.

Service Tuesday - Sorting Glasses August 3
The Denver Lions collects used glasses from 100+ boxes.  We now need to sort the glasses. We have well over a thousand glasses that need sorting.  At this Service Tuesday, we will sort the damaged and scratched glasses and pack them in boxes for shipment to Sterling Lions for further processing.  
We need a lot of help as we have a lot of glasses.    Come sort and have lunch.  
Event:        Lions Recycled Eyeglass Sorting
Date:          Tuesday, August 3, 2021
Time:          11:30 am to 1:30 pm
Lunch:       Included
Location:   Baptist Church 1373 Grant St Denver
Parking:     Next to church.  Stop by the church office for a parking tag.
RSVP:        Need to know who is coming so we have enough food.
                    David Lambert     720.436.5064    
Attention Recycle Eye Glass Collectors
Recycle for Sight Collectors we are having a sorting event on August 3.  Please visit your collection boxes over the next coming weeks and bring glasses to the church for sorting.  I have received a number of calls asking for glass pickup.  Let me know if there are changes in the boxes you collect.  
Save the dates for the upcoming Denver Lions events:
  • Recycle for sight eyeglass sorting event Tuesday, August 3 
  • We will continue Zoom meetings for the summer on the 2nd and 4th Tuesday of the month
    • If you have ideas for a speaker contact Lion Fletcher
  • Lions end-of-summer picnic at Railroad Museum on August 28
  • In-person Lion Meeting at Maggiano’s on September 14
  • Dragon Boat Festival September 25-26
    • KidSight screening booth on both days
    • Dragon Boat Race Team on Sunday - the last time we raced we won our division. We want to do it again! 
    • Dragon Boat Team practice sessions  Aug 26 and  Sept 16 5:30 at Sloans Lake
Have a great summer!!
Lions Camp Needs Help
Calling all clubs, Colorado Lions Camp needs one more club to fill the August 8th grilling session from 4:00 pm-6:45 pm.  We need about 4-6 members from your club to cook that Sunday for our last session of camp!   
28541 HWY 67N 
Woodland Park, CO 80863
If you can help contact:   Erin Newport, Executive Director, (719)-687-2087 
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