On May 11, 2019, lawyers of Miller, Hall & Triggs, LLC will host the firm’s twelfth biennial Municipal Law Seminar for Elected and Appointed Officials from 8:30 am until noon, with lunch served thereafter.
This seminar focuses upon topics of interest to current and newly elected Mayors and council members, Presidents and Trustees, City Managers and Administrators, City Clerks and in-house legal counsel, as well as all other Illinois government officials, including:
- Illinois Capital Bill and Interaction with State Government
- Making Meetings Productive and Professional
- Code Enforcement and Property Issues
- Developments in the Open Meetings Act
- Public Bidding and Prevailing Wage
- Negotiations, Labor Relations and Employee Discipline
- Avoiding personal liability
- Alternative Revenue Sources: Taxes, Fees, and Business Registration
- Regulating solicitors and panhandlers
- Open Meetings Act and Freedom of Information Act: Q & A
- How to choose professionals
- Code enforcement and property issues
- Healthcare and employee benefits
- Economic Development and the Role of the Municipality
- Cost Savings Achieved through Refinancing of Existing Debt
- Code Enforcement and Property Issues, and
- Recent developments in the Open Meetings Act and Freedom of Information Act.
The seminar will be held at the East Peoria Campus of Illinois Central College.
You may register here to attend the seminar, or if you would like to discuss any of the above topics or have questions regarding other issues in municipal and public law, please contact Richard Joseph at (309) 671-9600.
Keynote Speaker: Illinois State Senator David Koehler
Illinois State Senator David Koehler will be our keynote speaker, discussing the Illinois Capital Bill as well as Interaction with State Government.