New Third Edition 2019!
Now available in print and as an eGuidebook
Press reports frequently carry stories of disputes, controversies, and confusion about the Sunshine Law. Boards, committees, and other entities are often unsure of the reach of the law and sometimes unaware of its existence and applicability. They have many questions:
- Are they subject to the Sunshine Law?
- What meetings are open meetings, and what process needs to be followed?
- What records are open records?
- What are the exceptions?
- When can a meeting or record be closed?
- What is the process?
Get information you need to answer those questions and more in this updated Guidebook by author Nathan M. Nickolaus.
3rd edition 2019 (78 pages)
MoBar Price $50 | eGuidebook or Print Version
MoBar Price $75 | eGuidebook and Print Version
1 | Introduction
2 | Entities Subject to the Sunshine Law
3 | Open Meetings
4 | Public Records
5 | Closed Meetings and Closed Records
6 | Procedure for Holding Closed Meetings
7 | Violations and Remedies
8 | Law Enforcement Records
Appendix | The Sunshine Law, Chapter 610, RSMo