Your Electronic Device and Ohio's Public Records and Open Meetings Acts
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Understand personal electronic devices and how to stay compliant with Ohio's Public Records and Open Meetings Act.
Since the introduction of the first commercially available mobile phone and personal computers in the 1980s, personal and business use of these electronic devices has grown exponentially. With the ability to do more work on our electronic devices comes public officials' responsibility to remember the requirements of Ohio's Public Records and Open Meetings Acts. While the law has not kept pace with the technology and the courts have not specifically addressed all the uses of personal electronic devices, this topic will explore how the use of electronic devices might cause the unwary to run afoul of the law. Learn strategies to ensure that public officials and employees are complying with the laws.
Maryellen K. Corbett, Calfee, Halter & Griswold LLP
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