2014 Open Meetings Law - Closed Sessions - On-Demand
This is the third installment in a three part webinar. This webinar will focus on closed sessions, including the authorized reasons for meeting in closed session, who may attend, and what types of actions may be taken. This webinar will be of particular interest to attorneys, elected officials, managers, and clerks.
To purchase all 3 webinars at a reduced price of $325 visit: Open Meetings Law - On Demand Package.
- Quick-Reference Guide for Closed Sessions
- Who May Attend a Closed Session?
- Closed Session Minutes and General Accounts Under the Public Records Law
- Approving Minutes and General Accounts of Closed Sessions
- Open Meetings and Confidential Taxpayer Information
- Voting and Taking Action in Closed Sessions
- Airing Dirty Laundry in Public: Does the Law Require It?
- What Happens in Closed Session, Stays in Closed Session…Or Does It?
- Recording Closed Sessions
- Denying the Manage a New Contract in Closed Session
- Can the Board Go Into a Closed Session o Deliberate a Quasi-Judicial Decision?
- City and County Attorneys as Public Officers - a Possible Update
- Acquiring Real Property for Redevelopment—Can Local Governments Keep It Confidential?
See more material (handouts and book chapter) below.