What You Need to Know About Public Records and Open Meetings
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Uncertain how public records and open meetings laws apply to you?
Find out what Wisconsin law has to say about balancing the public's right to information with the individual's right to privacy. If you're involved with a public entity or if you represent the media, you need to know the ins and outs of federal and state public records and open meetings laws.
Purchase these reference materials and get updates on recent developments in the interpretation of these laws. These reference materials will get you headed in the right direction to avoid costly mistakes and litigation - order now to stay current and stay in compliance.
Benefits for You
•Find out which meetings - of which bodies - are open meetings under Wisconsin law
•Avoid penalties and litigation for failing to comply with public records and open meetings laws
•Learn to spot exceptions to open meetings and public records laws
•Efficiently request - or produce - electronically stored records
Moderator: John F. Maloney, McNally, Maloney & Peterson, S.C.
Jina L. Jonen, Oregon School District
Jennifer L. Peterson, Journal Communications, Inc.
Mark E. Sostarich, Law Offices of Mark E. Sostarich