Clark Hill Attorneys Dana L. Abrahams and Jeremy S. Motz to Co-Present at MSBO Financial Strategies Conference
GRAND RAPIDS, MI – Dana L. Abrahams and Jeremy S. Motz, both Members in Clark Hill’s Education and Municipal Law Practice Group, will be co-presenting on the topic of School Purchasing and Procurement at the Michigan School Business Officials (MSBO) Financial Strategies Conference on January 16, 2018. The presentation will focus on the various laws and requirements applicable to, and the strategies and best practices for, handling, purchasing and procurements by schools in Michigan.
The MSBO Financial Strategies Conference provides information on negotiations and budget, economy, state aid, legislation and other relevant topics affecting schools in Michigan. MSBO is a nonprofit corporation that provides a forum for members to exchange opportunities and ideas in the public education sector. The objective of MSBO is to better the leadership of and management in operational services and school business.
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