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Municipal Law Colloquium 2019 (Electronic Download)

Available: In Stock
Price: $99.00
Item Code: 10555-DL


Catch up on recent developments and explore the most important issues in depth, including: dealing with police misconduct & discipline; storm water issues; drone law; the interaction of RTKL & Criminal History Information Records Act; insurance information for the solicitor; practical HR advice; Air BnB, short term rentals & tiny homes; small cell & wi-fi facilities siting in the public right of way; and the role of the solicitor. Whether you are an experienced practitioner interested in an update, a practitioner looking to expand your practice or a new attorney preparing for your first venture into municipal law, this manual was designed for you.

Summary of Contents

  • Recent Developments 
  • Interaction of RTKL and the Criminal History Information Records Act 
  • Police Discipline Cases Views from the Management Side and the Union Side 
  • Insurance Information Every Solicitor Must Know 
  • The Intersection of Drone and Municipal Law 
  • Storm Water & Your Municipality: MS4, Storm Water Fees & Rate Consultants 
  • Very Practical HR Advice for the Municipal Solicitor (Slides) 
  • Air BnB, Short Term Rentals & Tiny Homes 
  • Small Cell, DAS, and Wireless Facilities Siting in the Public Rights-of-Way 
  • Ethics – Role of the Solicitor
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Published: 6/7/2019
Pages: 426
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