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Legal Issues Facing City & County Governments, May 8-9

May 8, 2020 - May 9, 2020

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Hampton Inn & Suites, 25518 Perdido Beach Blvd, Orange Beach, Alabama

6 MCLE Credit Hours, including 1 Ethics Hour


Working with local governments is no day at the beach – OR IS IT?  This two day program focuses on the unique challenges facing local governments, and the lawyers who represent them.  From competitive bid law to cybersecurity and CBD issues, from employment law to the most recent legislative updates, this seminar concentrates on the important issues and topics that are crucial for you to know.



Room Reservation Information:

To Make Your Hotel Reservation:  Visit our hotel reservation page at:


Or, call the Hampton Inn at 251-923-4400 (800-HAMPTON).  Please identify yourself as part of CLE UA Spring Conference – City & County Government, booking ID# CLE to get our special rate.  Our room block expires April 21, 2020, or when the room block is full.  Rooms will be assigned on a first-come, first-served basis.

Hampton Inn & Suites offers spectacular beachfront views near Gulf Shores. Overlooking beautiful Orange Beach, this bright, modern hotel offers easy access to a variety of fun activities. Lounge on the private white sand beach, try water sports, or treat yourself to fabulous shopping at nearby Tanger Outlet Mall. Enjoy fishing, golfing, and hiking at Gulf State Park, or discover the fascinating National Naval Aviation Museum in Pensacola.  Free hot breakfast, and free wi-fi in all rooms are included with your stay.

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Seminar Registration Information:

If you are attending in person, you may opt to receive an electronic link of the materials, or for an additional fee, you may order a printed copy which will be available at the seminar.

You may also pay for the in person seminar by credit card or check.


Friday, May 8
Presiding: Kendrick E. Webb
Webb & Eley PC, Montgomery

Industrial Hemp and CBD Oil in Alabama
Scott B. Holmes
City Attorney’s Office, Tuscaloosa

Ethical Duties and Compliance for City and County Attorneys
Thomas B. Albritton
Alabama Ethics Commission, Montgomery

Networking and Refreshment Break

Competitive Bid Law and Public Works Law
Morgan Arrington
Association of County Commissions of Alabama, Montgomery

Federal Legislative Update
Michael Berson
Adams and Reese LLP, Mobile



Saturday, May 9
Presiding: Katy S. Campbell
Attorney at Law, Tuskegee

Recent Developments in City and County Government Law
Othni J. Lathram
Alabama Law Institute, Montgomery

The Fallout from CSX Litigation
Kendrick E. Webb
Webb & Eley PC, Montgomery

Kyle Shirley
McDowell Faulk & Shirley LLC, Prattville

Networking and Refreshment Break   

Federal Employment Law Issues for City and County Attorneys
Jamie Kidd
Webb & Eley PC, Montgomery

Cybersecurity Issues for Cities and Counties
Jim Roberts (moderator)
Attorney at Law, Gardendale

Tracy Crane
Crane Intelligence Inc., Gardendale

Sarah S. Glover
Maynard Cooper & Gale PC, Birmingham



Hampton Inn & Suites Orange Beach
25518 Perdido Beach Blvd.,
Orange Beach, AL 36561 United States

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