Clark Hill Attorneys to Present at Michigan School Business Officials (MSBO) 70th Annual Conference
GRAND RAPIDS, MI –
Clark Hill attorneys Dana L. Abrahams, James M. Crowley, Jeffrey A. DeVree, Marshall W. Grate and Jeremy S. Motz will present at Michigan School Business Officials (MSBO) 70th Annual Conference. The conference will run from April 29th through May 1st and will be held at the Amway Grand Hotel in Grand Rapids, Michigan, Michigan. The following topic will be addressed:
Issues Facing the Business Manager: Legal Hot Topics (Tuesday, April 29th) – Dana L. Abrahams
Purchasing Policies and Procedures (Wednesday, April 30th) – Dana L. Abrahams and Jeremy S. Motz
RFP Development and Purchasing Best Practices (Thursday, May 1st) – Dana L. Abrahams
Legal Aspects of Document Retention (Thursday, May 1st) – Marshall W. Grate and Jeremy S. Motz
Establishing a School Foundation (Thursday, May 1st) – Jeffrey A. DeVree
Cost Saving Alternatives To Traditional State Aid Borrowing (Thursday, May 1st) – James M. Crowley
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