Ralph M. Brown Act and Public Records Act
Meyers Nave invites you to join our complimentary webinar on the Ralph M. Brown Act and the Public Records Act, on February 27, 2012 at 10:00 a.m.
Participate in this informative session and increase your knowledge of:
The Ralph M. Brown Act
- The agenda: development, posting, distribution, contents and restrictions
- The meeting: open meeting laws, the Ralph M. Brown Act
- Closed sessions: when to have them, and when to not
Public Records Act
- What is a Public Record?
- Responding to a Request
- Recovering Costs
- Litigation/Attorneys' Fees
There is no fee to participate. Webinar log-in information will be emailed to you after you have registered.
This activity has been approved for 1.0 hour of General MCLE credit by the State of California. Meyers Nave, a Professional Law Corporation, is a licensed MCLE provider, PN # 10416.
Jennifer Faught advises cities, special districts and other public entities on the myriad of legal issues they confront daily. She serves as Assistant City Attorney to the Cities of El Cerrito, San Leandro, and Walnut Creek, and as General Counsel to the Oro Loma Sanitary District and Burbank Sanitary District. While providing general and special counsel to public agencies, Jen has garnered notable experience in state and federal Constitutional Law, the adoption and collection of fees, contract law, conflicts of interest, and land use issues. Jen deals extensively with the Political Reform Act, the Ralph M. Brown Act and the Public Records Act.
Richard Pio Roda practices in the areas of municipal and special district law, public contracts, land use, real estate, and education law. He specializes in matters relating to the Brown Act, the California Public Records Act, construction, public contracts, public bidding and procurement, prevailing wage law, land use and planning, ethics, and conflicts of interest.