Ensuring Local Governments Comply with the Law

When: December 12, 2019 | 9AM – 4:30PM

Where: Saddle Brook, NJ

Archer Faculty: Andrew T. Fede and Michael S. Horn

Overview: This basic-to-intermediate level seminar is designed for attorneys and government officials who would like tips and strategies for overcoming current challenges in municipal law. It may also benefit paralegals.

Event Description:

Adeptly Handle Governmental Legal Matters

Are you up to speed on local government law? Examine the disputes and challenges municipalities are currently faced with and listen as experienced faculty share their strategies and techniques for dealing with them. Get the information you need to prevent and resolve government problems.

  • Stay up to date on newly developing cases and legal issues in government law.
  • Ensure compliance with public records access and retention laws.
  • When do open meeting laws apply? Find out what situations and email communications constitute a public meeting.
  • Explore ways to prevent and resolve public contract disputes and bidding protests.
  • Avoid employment disputes: know what personnel policies municipalities should and shouldn’t have.
  • Examine the ethical considerations involved in public disclosure of government actions.
  • Know the laws regarding government immunity and employee protections from costly lawsuits.

More information and registration details coming soon on NBI, Inc. website.