NAAG Hosts Spring Meeting in Washington, DC

“State-Federal Partnerships: Shaping the Future” is the theme for this year’s annual NAAG Spring Meeting, March 1 – 3, at the Fairmont Hotel in Washington, DC.

As one of the Association’s three national meetings held each year, the Spring Meeting allows Attorneys General and other attendees to discuss a number of complex legal issues including community banking, prescription drug abuse, antitrust, federal legislation, and other pressing areas of interest.

Most of the Attorneys General are expected – last year 43 attended, along with representatives from the ranks of trade associations, law firms, federal and state government officials and staff from other interested agencies and associations. It is a public meeting and open to the media.

Attorneys General are scheduled to meet with a number of key national figures, including U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder and Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation Chairman Sheila Bair. There will be the traditional session on recent Supreme Court cases, along with a Tuesday evening Supreme Court reception.

For more information, including a tentative agenda and registration rates, or to register, go to http://www.naag.org/spring-meeting.php. The deadline for securing a hotel room at the discounted NAAG rate is Feb. 5.

Questions? Contact Jeffrey Hunter, jhunter@naag.org

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