Electronic version of Sunshine Litigation Seminar now available

The First Amendment Foundation has announced that they now offer an electronic version of their Sunshine Litigation Seminar that took place earlier this year. The eight hour session is geared toward attorneys interested in learning more, including practical tips, on litigating open government issues. The seminar also features a keynote address by Lucy Dalglish, Executive Director of the Reporter’s Committee for Freedom of the Press.

The electronic course has been approved by The Florida Bar for 7.5 CLE hours and is currently available for $100. Materials provided with the course include six audio CDs, a corresponding PowerPoint presentation, and six supplementary briefs. The outline of the course is detailed below.

The digital Sunshine Litigation Seminar CLE course can be purchased in the online FAF Store at their website, www.floridafaf.org. You may also contact them at 850-224-4555 with questions.

Course Outline:

15 minutes — Opening Remarks
Barbara Petersen, President, First Amendment Foundation

1 hour 20 minutes — Public Records Overview
Barbara Petersen, President, First Amendment Foundation

1 hour 50 minutes — Sunshine Law Overview
Matthew Leish, Carlton Fields

1 hour 45 minutes — Keynote Speaker
Lucy Dalglish, Executive Director, The Reporters Committee for Freedom of the Press

55 minutes — Strategies in Litigation
Andrea Flynn Mogensen, Law Offices of Andrea Flynn Mogensen, P.A.
Michael Barfield, Legal Consultant

50 minutes — Obtaining Attorneys Fees under Chapters 119 and 286
Gregg Thomas, Thomas & LoCicero, P.A.

1 hour 15 minutes — Panel Discussion
Gregg Thomas, Thomas & LoCicero, P.A.
Andrea Flynn Mogensen, Law Offices of Andrea Flynn Mogensen, P.A.
Matthew Leish, Carlton Fields

Jon Kaney, Moderator

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