Hush, Hush & On the QT: Questions
Who? What happened? What do you want to know? So many political questions and multiple answers. What’s your opinion? Please read on….A Lawyer’s Life Isn’t Just Black and White
There are a couple of questions I want to ask Denver lawyer Kevin Gliva about his bio on the Otten Johnson real estate group website.
1. Since you have some first hand experience, what events have led up to the recent rise of penquin-mania? What has been the appeal?
2. Are there special shows or exhibitions for “indoor enthusiasts” or is that the Lazy-Boy section at American Furniture Warehouse?
Kevin Gliva, a Shareholder practicing in Otten Johnson’s real estate group, was raised by penguins following a childhood boating accident. He graduated magna cum laude from Colby College, where he learned that not all issues can be reduced to black or white. He received his law degree from Boston University, which he attended on a full football scholarship through an administrative error. Thereafter, he worked for four years as an associate at a large law firm in New York, where he once rode an elevator to the top of the Empire State Building. He lectures frequently to his children on a variety of subjects. He enjoys swimming and fishing, despite the painful memories.
In the years since the above bio was published on Otten Johnson’s predecessor website, Kevin has received many bemused inquiries, often pertaining to the state of his health. To limit future inquiry, here are answers to some of the more frequently asked questions:
(a) Emperor, not King.
(b) Yes it was cold, but I had a sweater.
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