Association Leadership – San Diego
Two-day class – 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
This course is designed to strengthen your organization by identifying and understanding the roles, duties and responsibilities of association board members. Participants will learn the skills necessary to deal with the day-to-day operations of running an association, from parliamentary procedures to fiduciary duties. Additional subject matter includes defining an association, organizational models, conflict resolution, corporate responsibilities, financial management, the duty of fair representation, bylaws, and the legal and ethical responsibilities of association board members.
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Symposium Registration and Topics Announced – 2/2018
Registration for the 2018 Symposium Issues at the DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel Golf Resort Palm Springs is now open! Find Out More…
The Impact of Court Cases & Pension Reform On Law Enforcement
2018 Symposium Topics:
Something Wicked This Way Comes: Janus v. AFSCME
Robert Bonsall, PORAC Corporate Counsel
So You Thought 60 Years of Established and Unchallenged Law Would Protect Your Pension? Not So Fast . . .
Timothy Talbot, Attorney, Rains Lucia Stern St. Phalle & Silver
Legislative & Political Action Update
Randy Perry, PORAC Lobbyist, Aaron Read & Associates
FLSA Tactical Training for Law Enforcement: The Basics, Emerging Issues, and Defeating Management Dirty Tricks to Undermine the FLSA at the Table
David E. Mastagni, Attorney, Mastagni Holstedt, A.P.C.
Mind vs. Machine
Alison Berry-Wilkinson, Attorney, Berry Wilkinson Law Group
What Every Board Member Needs to Know To Stay Out Of Trouble?
Rick Pinckard & Brad Fields, Attorneys, Bobbitt, Pinckard & Fields
The Real Threat to Your Liberty: the Federal Government
Paul Goyette, Attorney, Goyette and Associates
POA Injury Recovery and/or Disability Toolbox: How to Help Your Members Navigate the Workers’ Compensation System
Steve Scardino, Attorney, Geklaw
∼Additional Topics Will Be Added as Issues Arise∼
*topics subject to change*