Public Records, Open Meetings Update 2019

Product ID: CA2921R
Presented By: State Bar of Wisconsin PINNACLE

Co-produced with the Government Lawyers Division of the State Bar of Wisconsin

Your all-access pass to PROM

Let the record state: Public Records, Open Meetings Update 2019 is the perfect opportunity for both new and experienced lawyers to gain clarity on the rules of properly making or responding to information requests. It gives you an overview of recent case law developments and provides answers to potentially puzzling challenges in records disclosure and retention, as well as open meetings

You’ll hear details from the following court decisions:

  • Food Marketing Institute v. Argus Leader Media—Is store-level redemption data considered confidential?
  • Lueders v. Krug—Do emails have to be provided to a requester in electronic format?
  • State ex rel. Flynn v. Kemper Center—Did a Kenosha nonprofit meet the criteria for being a quasi-governmental corporation, therefore subjecting it to public records law?
  • Moustakis v. Department of Justice—Is a record subject who is a public official exempt from the class of government workers who are entitled to judicial review before the release of records?
Read More ↓

Select a Format

Webcast seminar
OnDemand Seminar
Course manual
Course manual and CD

Pricing

Member $229.00

Non-Member $309.00

Credits

4 CLE

Date and Time

Thursday, September 26, 20198:30 AM - 12:05 PM CT

Add to Calendar 9/26/2019 8:30:00 AM 9/26/2019 12:05:00 PM America/Chicago Public Records, Open Meetings Update 2019

Co-produced with the Government Lawyers Division of the State Bar of Wisconsin

Your all-access pass to PROM

Let the record state: Public Records, Open Meetings Update 2019 is the perfect opportunity for both new and experienced lawyers to gain clarity on the rules of properly making or responding to information requests. It gives you an overview of recent case law developments and provides answers to potentially puzzling challenges in records disclosure and retention, as well as open meetings

You’ll hear details from the following court decisions:

  • Food Marketing Institute v. Argus Leader Media—Is store-level redemption data considered confidential?
  • Lueders v. Krug—Do emails have to be provided to a requester in electronic format?
  • State ex rel. Flynn v. Kemper Center—Did a Kenosha nonprofit meet the criteria for being a quasi-governmental corporation, therefore subjecting it to public records law?
  • Moustakis v. Department of Justice—Is a record subject who is a public official exempt from the class of government workers who are entitled to judicial review before the release of records?
alMYBcCwJzBnuVRvlmHo61032

Product no longer for sale.

Maximum quantity must be less than or equal to 1.

Co-produced with the Government Lawyers Division of the State Bar of Wisconsin

Your all-access pass to PROM

Let the record state: Public Records, Open Meetings Update 2019 is the perfect opportunity for both new and experienced lawyers to gain clarity on the rules of properly making or responding to information requests. It gives you an overview of recent case law developments and provides answers to potentially puzzling challenges in records disclosure and retention, as well as open meetings

You’ll hear details from the following court decisions:

  • Food Marketing Institute v. Argus Leader Media—Is store-level redemption data considered confidential?
  • Lueders v. Krug—Do emails have to be provided to a requester in electronic format?
  • State ex rel. Flynn v. Kemper Center—Did a Kenosha nonprofit meet the criteria for being a quasi-governmental corporation, therefore subjecting it to public records law?
  • Moustakis v. Department of Justice—Is a record subject who is a public official exempt from the class of government workers who are entitled to judicial review before the release of records?
Read More ↓

Program Chair:

Julie P. Wilson
Milwaukee City Attorney’s Office
Milwaukee

Presenters:

Peter J. Block
Milwaukee City Attorney’s Office
Milwaukee

Eva Ennamorato
Communications Specialist - City of Wauwatosa
Wauwatosa

Paul M. Ferguson
Wisconsin Department of Justice
Madison

Alan R. Kesner
Wauwatosa City Attorney’s Office
Wauwatosa

Gregory P. Kruse
Milwaukee City Attorney’s Office
Milwaukee

Erin Schaffer
Milwaukee County Contracts Manager
Milwaukee

Brenda L. Yaskal
Columbia County District Attorney’s Office
Portage

8:00 a.m. : Registration

8:30 a.m. : Case Law Update

  • A review of the last year’s public records and open meetings decisions including:
    o Lueders v. Krug - do emails have to be provided to a requester in electronic format?
    o State ex rel. Flynn v. Kemper Center - analyzed whether an organization was a quasi-governmental corporation for purposes of the public records law
    o Moustakis v. Department of Justice – does a record subject who is a public official have a common law right to file a writ of mandamus challenging a record custodian’s application of the balancing test?

Peter J. Block

8:50 a.m. : Trade Secrets and Confidential Information in Public Contracts

  • What records are exempted from disclosure by law?
  • How do government entities balance the need to be transparent when contracting with a private company claiming trade secrets, proprietary information, or confidentiality?
  • How broad is the protection on contract negotiations set forth in the open meetings law?

Peter J. Block, Paul M. Ferguson, Gregory P. Kruse, Erin Schaffer

10:05 a.m. : Break

10:20 a.m. : Record Retention for Social Media for Small Communities

  • Best practices for small communities
  • Providers who offer services for preserving and archiving social media communications

Alan R. Kesner, Eva Ennamorato, Paul M. Ferguson

11:10 a.m. : The Model Municipal Record Retention Schedule

  • Overview
  • How it was developed
  • The approval process
  • How municipalities can adopt the model schedule

Paul M. Ferguson

11:30 a.m. : Prosecutorial Decision-Making

Brenda L. Yaskal

12:05 p.m. : Program Concludes

Following program start times, webcast replay schedule will vary slightly from above listed times.

  • Gain an understanding of what records might be exempt from disclosure
  • Discover best practices for preserving and archiving social media communications
  • Learn how your municipality can adopt the Model Municipal Record Retention Schedule
  • Receive your annual case law update
  • Government lawyers
  • Municipal attorneys
  • Administrative & local government lawyers
  • Civil rights lawyers
  • Criminal lawyers
  • Media law practitioners

Book Sale – Save 20%!

The Wisconsin Public Records and Open Meetings Handbook

Save 20% on the The Wisconsin Public Records and Open Meetings Handbook. Plus, all seminar attendees receive a free two-week trial of the Books UnBound® version.* Successfully navigate PROM laws and find thorough analysis of individual statutes.

Use discount code CA2921 when you order online or by calling (800) 728-7788.

*Discount applies to both print and digital Books UnBound® editions of this title and cannot be applied to previous purchases. Offer valid as long as CLE credit is available for this program. For Books UnBound users, discount may be applied to purchase of individual Books UnBound title only and may not be used on purchase of full library.

0 Customer Reviews
5 star
0%
4 star
0%
3 star
0%
2 star
0%
1 star
0%

Customer Reviews

Share your thoughts with other customers by being the first to review this product and or seminar.