Last Chance to Register for Crisis Communications Webinar on April 16
Don't miss your chance to hear communication pros Farrah Fite, Matthew Page and Amy Starnes share the secrets to creating a successful crisis communications plan at the next NABE webinar session on April 16, 2:00 PM Eastern/1:00 PM Central. During this session, you’ll learn how a thorough plan can direct action and keep bar leaders focused on a clear path through any disaster – man-made or otherwise. Register for the live session or to receive a recording to watch later.

Volunteer for a NABE Committee
President-elect Julie Armstrong is in the process of appointing committees for the 2019-2020 year. Please take a few minutes to let her know your interests by completing the committee appointments request here. There are many places where your personal experience as a professional bar executive can help NABE to meet the needs of its membership. And, just the same as at your own association, it takes volunteers to make a healthy and relevant organization. Please respond by April 23.

U.S. Department of Labor to Propose Updating of Regular Rate Requirements
In late March, the U.S. Department of Labor proposed a rule seeking to update "regular rate" requirements under the Fair Labor Standards act, which would clarify the types of payments an employer may exclude from its overtime calculations. It has been more than 50 years since there has been an update to the regulations on this issue. Learn more here.

Steal This Idea: Celebrate Your Senior Lawyers
In February, the Knoxville Bar Association hosted a Golden Gala for attorneys who began the practice of law more than 50 years ago between 1949 and 1969. Honorees were invited to provide a bio with career highlights for a PowerPoint presentation displayed at the event. Check out their Golden Gala photo gallery here.

Time to Promote Your Lawyer Referral Service or Modest Income Program?
A recent LA Times story addresses a trend towards self-represented litigants, stating that three-quarters of all civil cases in California have at least one side unrepresented. Read more about this here.


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