ONA’s 2012 law school webinar series

Note: All webinars last between 60 and 90 minutes. Only $35 to register for one webinar, $50 for two webinars, and $70 for all three. One registration is valid for everyone at your newspaper or organization, meaning you can invite all of your staffers to take part for the price of one log-in.

ONA Law School 1: Ohio’s Sunshine Laws and Latest Web Cases
Speaker: Dave Marburger, a partner with Baker Hostetler and the author of Access with Attitude, a guide to Ohio’s open records laws
Sunshine laws are mainstays of journalistic knowledge, but how well do you really know our state’s laws? In this webinar you’ll catch up on recent changes and case law surrounding Ohio’s open records and open meeting laws along with learning the latest in online issues surrounding journalism.
Date: October 10, 10:00 a.m.

ONA Law School 2: Latest Developments in Advertising and Privacy Laws
Speakers: Jill Meyer and Austin Padgett of Frost, Brown Todd
Do you and your staff know the laws about what you can and cannot say in advertisements? This webinar will provide a refresher on advertising laws along with a look at recent advertising caselaw. Among the advertising topics to be covered include Fair Housing issues, classifieds, political ads, alcohol ads, and much more. The webinar will also review privacy issues which can trip up planned digital marketing campaigns.
Date: October 17, 10:00 a.m.

ONA Law School 3: Navigating Wage and Hour Minefields and Ensuring Compliance
Speaker: Paula Seger of Baker Hostetler
Do you have to navigate wage and hour issues merely to keep your newspaper running? Then this webinar is for you. Topics will include exempt classifications under federal and state law; recordkeeping requirements; meals and breaks; working “off the clock,” “comp” time and seminar attendance/training time, independent contractor issues, and much more.
Date: October 24, 10:00 a.m.

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