Local & State Government Law Section 75th Anniversary Fall Meeting Series: Session II
LOCAL AND STATE GOVERNMENT LAW SECTION 75th ANNIVERSARY FALL MEETING WEBINAR SERIES
SESSION TWO: OCTOBER 22
Under Attack: Cyber Risk Management and Insurance
New York’s Police Reform and Reinvention Requirement: What Local Governments Need to Know
SESSION THREE: OCTOBER 29
Achieving “Zoom-baya”: Using #Technology to Make Your Practice More Efficient in the #WorkFromHome Era
Topics in Municipal Labor Relations During the Pandemic:
- Part One – Civil Service and Educator Layoffs and Reductions in Force
- Part Two – FLSA Considerations in a Remote Working Environment
Special Pricing for Local & State Government Law Section Members: $50 Each Session
Attend Session I and II of the Live Webinar Series and Receive Coupon Code for $25 off for Session III via Email.
- October 22, 2020
- 8:30 AM
- 10:50 AM
- Virtual Participation
- Achieving Zoom-baya: Using #Technology to Make Your Practice More Efficient in the #WorkFromHome Era
- Topics in Municipal Labor Relations During the Pandemic
JOIN US FOR THE REMAINING TWO SESSIONS IN THE SERIES:
OCTOBER 22, 2020: SESSION TWO
8:30 – 8:40 a.m.
Sharon N. Berlin, Esq., Section Chair, Lamb & Barnosky, LLP, Melville
James D. Bilik, Esq., Program Co-Chair, Arbitrator & Mediator, Albany
8:40 – 9:30 a.m.
Under Attack: Cyber Risk Management and Insurance (1.0 credit Professional Practice)
Topics to be discussed include breach notification requirements, cyber attacks and claims, cyber hacks leading to physical losses, ant the types of claims that can exist.
Brian Falk, Assistant Vice President with M&T Insurance Agency, Inc.
Chris G. Trapp, Esq., Greco Trapp, PLLC, Buffalo
9:30 – 9:35 a.m.
9:35 – 10:50 a.m.
New York’s Police Reform and Reinvention Requirement: What Local Governments Need to Know (1.5 credits Professional Practice)
Recognizing the problem of racially biased law enforcement and the need for urgent and immediate action to eliminate racial inequities in policing, New York Executive Order 203 mandates that all local governments submit reinvented policing plans by April 1, 2021. Use of force, systemic racial bias, disparities in policing, and implicit bias awareness are among the topics that must be included in each municipality's plan. The order requires engagement with stakeholders including members of communities with high rates of police/community interactions. This presentation will focus on the role of municipal attorneys in ensuring compliance with the Executive Order and agency guidance and will include a community advocate's perspective regarding reforms necessary to address systemic racism in policing.
John A. Mancini, Esq., New York State Conference of Mayors, Albany
Marisa Franchini, Esq., Corporation Counsel, City of Albany, Albany
Dr. Alice Green, Executive Director, Center for Law and Justice, Albany
Hon. Thomas M. Roach, Jr., Mayor of White Plains, White Plains
DON'T MISS SESSION THREE: OCTOBER 29, 2020
Part One – Civil Service and Educator Layoffs and Reductions in Force
Part Two – FLSA Considerations in a Remote Working Environment
- Local And State Government Law Section