Form 700: Best Practices and Big Pitfalls

Date: 
Tuesday, June 10, 2014

Speakers: 

Christopher D. Keeler, partner, Fagen Friedman & Fulfrost LLP
Diane Marshall-Freeman, partner, Fagen Friedman & Fulfrost LLP

Summary:

While business practices in the private sector often include generous hosting of clients, regulations in the public sector are much more stringent. In order to uphold the public trust, public officials must be mindful of conflict of interest rules. In this workshop, we will address three elements of the Political Reform Act (PRA): economic (Form 700) disclosure requirements; limitations on gifts; and conflicts of interest/disqualification. Compliance with these three elements of the PRA will help public officials avoid making, participating in or influencing governmental decisions in which they have a financial interest and, help keep them scandal-free. 
(filmed 06/10/2014)

CA Attorney General's Office
Conflict of Interest Handbook
https://ag.ca.gov/publications/coi.pdf

For more information:
http://www.f3law.com/

Christopher D. Keeler
ckeeler@fagenfriedman.com
Inland Empire office
Phone: 951.215.4900

Diane Marshall-Freeman

dmarshall-freeman@fagenfriedman.com
Sacramento office
Phone: 916.443.0000

Fagen Friedman & Fulfrost LLP represents nearly 500 of California's educational institutions and related agencies.  These institutions include school districts, community college districts, SELPA's, county offices of education and public agencies.  The firm is guided by a desire to assemble the most knowledgeable and skilled attorneys in the nation to represent our current and future clients.
Fagen Friedman & Fulfrost has offices in Fresno, Inland Empire, Los Angeles, Oakland, Sacramento and San Diego.

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