reports frequently carry stories of
disputes, controversies, and
confusion about the Sunshine Law. Boards, committees, and other
often unsure of the reach of the law and sometimes unaware of its
applicability. They have many questions. Are they subject to the
What meetings are open meetings, and what process needs to be followed?
records are open records? What are the exceptions? When can a meeting
record be closed? What is the process?
book answers those questions and many more.
The author, Nathan M.
Nickolaus, is the City Counselor for Jefferson City, and he adds his
to build on the original work of James Klahr to shine some light on the
Sunshine Law. If you represent a government entity—a board, committee,
municipality, or agency—or a client seeking information from one of
entities, you need this handy, affordable publication.
originally appeared as a chapter in the
MoBarCLE deskbook, Missouri
Administrative Law. In an effort to make the information on
topic more widely available, MoBarCLE is publishing this information in
stand-alone book. This book is the first of a new product line of
These books will be smaller, more focused, and more easily updated than
traditional MoBarCLE deskbooks.
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