This conference, for state and local government attorneys, focused on the intersection of the private lives of public employees. The program included a review of various legal restrictions upon public employee activity, including their right to free speech, the state’s Conflict of Interest Law, as well as consideration of the various competing interests that arise when the government as employer attempts to restrict or regulate employee conduct, from both the public employer and public employee perspectives.Click here for more information.
Sixth Annual Public Law Conference: Jeffrey J. Pyle on Faculty of Massachusetts Bar Association Continuing Legal Education Program
November 1, 2012
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