After the Storm: Learn About Court Decisions, Legislation, and Emergency Authority in the Wake of Court Battles, the Legislative Session and Natural Disasters (2019 Administrative Law Section Annual Meeting and CLE)
Live Cary | North Carolina Bar Center Friday, March 29, 2019
Listen to subject matter experts discuss the outcome of pivotal court cases, the recent legislative session, what authority local government has during a natural disaster and the power of the subpoena process when used outside of NC.
Hear about issues involving the NC Court of Appeals, from Chief Judge Linda McGee
Learn what a local government is permitted to do during an emergency
Discover how the recent or upcoming legislative session may impact your clients
Gain insight and advice on professionalism from notable attorneys throughout the state
Planned by the NCBA Administrative Law Section
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8:15am | Registration and Continental Breakfast
8:55 | Welcome and Introductions | Jones and Moreno
9:00 | The Psychology of Transitions | Moraites
10:00 | Court of Appeals Topics | Chief Judge McGee
10:30 | City/County Authority During Natural Disasters | Houston
11:00 | Break
11:15 | Legislative Update, Regulatory Reform Efforts, and Constitutional Amendments | Fountain, Nichols, Thompson and Thoren
12:15pm | Administrative Law Section Annual Meeting | R Bruce Thompson II, Parker Poe Adams & Bernstein LLP, Raleigh, 2018-2019 Section Chair, presiding
12:30 | Networking Lunch
1:15 | Rules Review Commission Updates | Dunklin
1:45 | Administrative Case Law Update | Ferrell
2:15 | Break
2:30 | Out-of-State Records and Subpoena Power | Haynes
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