Peter Glaessner Speaks at PARMA Conference on How to Manage Elected Officials Behaving Badly

Partner Peter Glaessner led three panelists in a 75 minute program at the recent PARMA conference in Palm Springs on how to manage legal and ethical issues for public entities when their elected officials behave badly. Using real life hypotheticals, the panel engaged an audience of more than 100 risk professionals in the strategies that can be employed to address these challenging situations. Joining him on the panel were Richard Whitmore of Leibert Cassidy Whitmore, Rob Epstein, San Rafael’s city attorney, and Janet Hamilton, recently retired risk manager for the City of Livermore.