The meeting was called to order at approximately 7:55 a.m.
December minutes approved.
Treasurer's Report: Based on the November 30, 2001, financial statements, we have $8,658 in the account. The annual meeting cost has not yet been deducted from the account.
The State Bar Section survey regarding quality of services provided was submitted on December 13.
The State Bar is considering the reduction of the annual meeting from 2 1/2 days to 2 days. However, they have a concern about whether there will be enough time and space to accommodate all the section meetings. This may work if the sections are willing to partner on programs. Mr. Gorzalski will contact the Young Lawyers Section, Labor Section and Computer Section to see if they have any interest in partnering and producing a program that will be beneficial to both sections.
Received memo from State Bar regarding the availability of the coordination of requests through one individual).
Newsletter: Ideas for the next newsletter include professional liability insurance article, summary of disaster recovery seminar, information on ALA meeting and article on our next event. Ms. Yee will contact Craig Parrish for the slides from the last presentation.
Cyber Court topic is still in the early stages and may not be an appropriate topic at this time.
Disaster Response & Recovery with break out session to cover safety issues and computer recovery is a potential topic for our next event. Ms. Yee will contact Craig Parrish regarding his availability for presenting in mid to late March and his suggestions for Phase II of the program.
Golf Outing Speaker—Ms. Kimbro contacted Tom Anderson and he is willing to be a speaker again at the golf outing this year.
Ms. Mann will be meeting with Oakland University this Thursday. We will wait to hear her response before we establish training links to our web page.
Meeting adjourned at approximately 8:30 a.m.