Please join Meyers Nave attorneys Jennifer Faught and Lindsay D’Andrea for a two-hour webinar on Required Ethics AB 1234 Compliance Training hosted by the California Special Districts Association on March 16.
Assembly Bill No. 1234 mandates that local agency officials must receive two hours of ethics training every two years. Jennifer and Lindsay will cover all the topics required for local agency officials to meet the State law requirements.
The presentation will address:
- Laws relating to personal financial gain by public servants, including conflict-of-interest laws and laws prohibiting bribery
- Laws relating to claiming perquisites of office, including gift and travel restrictions, prohibitions against the use of public resources for personal or political purposes, prohibitions against gifts of public funds, mass mailing restrictions, and prohibitions against acceptance of free or discounted transportation by transportation companies
- Government transparency laws, including financial interest disclosure requirements and open government laws
- Laws relating to fair processes, including common law bias prohibitions, due process requirements, incompatible offices, competitive bidding requirements for public contracts, and disqualification from participating in decisions affecting family members
Date: Thursday, March 16
Time: 10:00 AM – 12:00 PM
Registration: Please click here for more information and to register for this webinar on the CSDA website.