Speaker materials will become available beginning the week of June 12.
Wednesday, June 14
Regulating “Sin” Using Code Enforcement Tools (BYOBs, SOBs, etc.) (.75 hour)
Janet Spugnardi, City of Irving, and Patricia Link, City of Austin
Public Facility Corporations: Their Impact on Economic Development and Taxes (.75 hour)
Megan Mikutis and Brandon Morris, The Randle Law Office, L.L.P.
Eminent Domain 101 (.5 hour)
Philip B. Arnold, Bickerstaff Heath Delgado Acosta LLP
Ethics: Third-Party Communications with Council and Staff (Part II) (.75 hour ethics)
Jason Rammel, Law Offices of Jason M. Rammel, P.C.
Habib Erkan, City of Burnet
Mick McKamie, Taylor, Olson, Adkins, Sralla & Elam, L.L.P.
Thursday, June 15
Trends in City Charter Initiatives: San Antonio Justice Charter and El Paso Climate Charter (.75 hour)
Andy Segovia, City of San Antonio, and Karla Nieman, City of El Paso
Strategies for Addressing Houselessness (.75 hour)
M. Lucille Anderson, City of Houston
Working with Delinquent Tax Collection Attorneys to Help Clean Up the City (.5 hour)
Brandon Davis, Olson & Olson LLP
Public Corruption in Procurement (1 hour [includes .5 hour ethics])
Theresa James, City of San Angelo
Jeff Andresen, FBI Special Agent
Nick Hanna, Former Texas Ranger
Don’t Let Bumps Lead to Blunders: Pregnant Workers’ Fairness Act (PWFA) and the Providing Urgent Maternal Protections (PUMP) for Nursing Mothers Act (.5 hour)
Robin Cross and Melissa Cranford, Messer, Fort & McDonald PLLC
AIA and Beyond: Protecting Cities as Building Owners (.5 hour)
Dan Barrett, Gravely Law, PC
Recent State Cases of Interest to Cities (.5 hour)
Laura Mueller, City of Dripping Springs
Utility Regulatory Update (.5 hour)
Jamie Mauldin and Roslyn Dubberstein, Lloyd Gosselink Rochelle & Townsend, P.C.
How to Draft Procurement Documents and Contracts to Avoid Legal Uncertainty (.5 hour)
Jeff Chapman, The Chapman Firm PLLC
Easements and Right-of-Way Challenges and Solutions (.5 hour)
Jordan Miller, Baker Moran Doggett Ma & Dobbs LLP
Ethical Obligations of a City Attorney When a Councilmember is Sued Personally
Meredith Ladd, City of Carrollton
Friday, June 16
Texas Public Information Act Updates After COVID-19 (.5 hour)
Alyssa Castillon, Law Offices of Ryan Henry, PLLC
City Planning: Planners and Attorneys Communications (.75 hour)
Skye Masson and Travis Baird, City of Georgetown
Remote Work and the Continuous Workday Rule (.5 hour)
Clarissa Rodriguez, Denton Navarro Rocha Bernal & Zech, P.C.
Local Bail Practices: Municipal Liability (.5 hour ethics)
Ben Stephens, Husch Blackwell LLP
Legislative Update (1 hour)
Bill Longley and Monty Wynn, Texas Municipal League
Snapper Carr, Focused Advocacy
Advice to New (and Not So New) City Attorneys (1 hour)
Art Pertile, Olson & Olson, LLP
Frank Garza, Davidson Troilo Ream & Garza, P.C.
Kathy Davis, City of Temple
Sylvia B. Firth, Bojorquez Law Firm, PC