Upcoming Events

Ethics AB 1234 Compliance Training

CSDA | Online
Meyers Nave Speakers: Lauren E. Quint, Leticia Ramirez

This two-hour LIVE webinar covers general ethics principles and state laws related to: - personal gain by public servants - conflict of interest - bribery and nepotism - gft, travel, and mass mailing restrictions - honoraria, financial interest disclosure and competitive bidding - Prohibitions on the use of public resources for personal or political purposes - The Brown Act Open meeting law - The Public Records Act.

PERB/Labor Relations Update

County Counsels' Association of California | Santa Rosa
Meyers Nave Speaker: Arthur A. Hartinger

Join Meyers Nave's Arthur Hartinger for this informative session covering updates on labor relations and PERB during the County Counsels' Association Employment Law Spring Conference . This session qualifies for 1.25 hours MCLE credit.

Legislating Groundwater Sustainability - Will It Work & At What Price?

Urban Water Institute | Palm Springs
Meyers Nave Speaker: Gregory J. Newmark

California is entering a new era with last year’s Groundwater Legislation. This expert panel will describe their thoughts on how this legislation should be implemented.

Navigating Changes to Retired Public Employee Medical Benefits

Online Webinar
Meyers Nave Speaker: Linda Ross

Medical benefits for retired public employees may be determined by state law (PEMHCA),  MOUs, local legislation, or  personnel policies.  As the cost of these benefits increases, public employers are exploring strategies to mitigate the burden on the tax and ratepayers.  

Complimentary 2015 Labor & Employment MCLE Training Program

Online Webinar
Meyers Nave Speaker: Arthur A. Hartinger

The 2015 schedule has been set for our popular free labor and employment law training program! The year’s eight sessions include webinars and in-person events.

Mock Arbitration Part One: Preparation, Opening Statement, and Direct Examination

NPELRA | Savannah, GA
Meyers Nave Speaker: Linda Ross

A mock arbitration session with attendee involvement and role playing scenarios. This session will offer practical tips and guidance, whether you are the advocate representing your agency or supporting an advocate in arbitration. Part two continues at session C13.

Public Records Act: Leading Your Team Through the PRA Obstacle Course

CSDA | Newport Beach
Meyers Nave Speaker: Ruthann G. Ziegler

The public expects transparency and accountability from government, and the California Public Records Act is the public’s primary tool for accessing information to monitor the functioning of public entities, including special districts. The presenters will help attendees understand and navigate the Act’s complex requirements, critical timelines, key exemptions, and definitions of affected officials and agencies. Recent case law and Attorney General Opinions will be used to reveal hidden dangers and illustrate best practices for risk prevention.