Don’t miss the Public Law Section’s education program offerings at the 2019 Annual Meeting. For more info, including how to register, click here!
Oct 10 at 3:00 pm – Navigating the Adjudicative Hearing Process Before the Office of Administrative Hearings.
Various types of hearings, including those disciplining certain professionals licensed in California, are adjudicated by administrative law judges (ALJs) at the Office of Administrative Hearings. Your client’s success at these hearings will depend on your ability to navigate the administrative hearing process. At this session, ALJ’s will share their perspectives, resources, and practical tips critical to your success at adjudicative hearings before the office of Administrative Hearings. 1 hour of MCLE credit.
Oct 10 at 4:15 pm – They Posted What? Where Social media, Employer Interests and First Amendment
This program will analyze legal issues connected to “Social Media” in the public sector workplace, including how social media can be a tool in the litigation arsenal of public employers and employees alike. Learn about the constitutional boundaries at play, and where the government’s interest as the employer intersects with a public employee’s 1st Amendment rights. Speakers will address issues surrounding social media in the investigatory and litigation context, and how such policies can be permissibly enforced within the bounds of 1st Amendment jurisprudence, as well as how to avoid running afoul of related state and federal statutes. 1 hour of MCLE credit.
Oct 12 at 10:00 am – Use of Professional Receivers in Code Enforcement Actions Are you an agency thinking of using a Professional Receiver in a code enforcement case? This course will navigate you through a successful receivership process and discuss the pros and cons of receiverships. 1 hour of MCLE credit.