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Richard Pio Roda, Meyers Nave

Required Ethics (AB 1234) Training

Wednesday, September 13

12:00 - 2:00 PM

Alpine Ballroom

Cities, counties and special districts in California are required by law (AB 1234, Chapter 700, Stats. of 2005) to provide ethics training to their local officials. As publicly elected officials, healthcare district trustees are obligated to complete an approved ethics training of two hours in duration, every two years.

If you need to complete your training, join us as we kick off our Governance Day at the 71st Annual Meeting with Richard Pio Roda of Meyers Nave, who will provide attendees with an AB 1234 training.

Be sure to sign in before the training and sign out at the end of the training to ensure you receive your certificate upon returning home. ACHD staff will be sure you receive your certificate via email.

Presented by Richard Pio Roda, Meyers Nave

Richard Pio Roda, Principal Attorney

Richard D. Pio Roda is a skilled and experienced strategic advisor and transactional attorney specializing in the areas of municipal and special district law, general outside corporate counsel, technology transactions, land use, real estate, education law and contracts and procurement for government agencies and corporate, non-profit, and healthcare entities throughout California.

Richard is the City Attorney for the City of San Leandro, Interim Assistant City Attorney for the City of Newark. He serves as General Counsel to special districts and public agencies throughout California. In addition to providing transactional legal services, Richard advises chief executives, city councils, boards of directors, commissioners, councilmembers and staff on the various issues they encounter on a day-to-day basis. He also routinely advises on risk mitigation strategies and litigation management.

Before joining Meyers Nave, Richard was a Deputy General Counsel for the San Francisco Unified School District. He advised the District’s Facilities, Business, and Operations Departments in school construction, real estate, public contracting, technology transactions, and transportation.

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