12:15 p.m. • Omni Hotel • RESERVATIONS REQUIRED
Family Law CLE Seminar
The Jacksonville Bar Association is pleased to announce our First Annual Founders’ Day Luncheon. The luncheon will take place February 20 at The Omni Jacksonville. The purpose of this luncheon is to celebrate the proud history of The Jacksonville Bar Association and to honor the many men and women who have contributed to the success of The Bar. We will pay tribute to our past Presidents and senior members of The Bar.
Our luncheon speakers will be Senior United States District Court Judge George C. Young and David Foerster. They both served as President of The Jacksonville Bar Association and will share their recollections of The Association and the Jacksonville legal community durring their term as President.
We will also recognize all living Past Presidents at the luncheon. Please make your reservations by the deadline date by calling The Bar office at 399-4486.
Reservations deadline: Noon, Tuesday. Call the Bar Office at 399-4486 or Email [email protected]
JBA luncheon reservation policy
WHEREAS, there is an increase in the number of Jacksonville Bar Association members making reservations for the monthly luncheon meetings and failing to attend and also a concern for members showing up for the monthly luncheon meetings without a reservation;
WHEREAS, the increase in the number of members making such reservations and failing to appear and those appearing without a reservation results in an increasing costs to be borne by the other Jacksonville Bar Association members; and
WHEREAS, implementing a policy to limit the amount of these increasing losses is desirable
NOW, therefore, be it resolved that:
1. Jacksonville Bar Association members making a reservation for a luncheon meeting and failing to attend will bear the expense of such lunch reservation incurred by the Jacksonville Bar Association in the actual amount of the charge incurred.
2. Such charges will be made beginning on the second such reservation not kept per fiscal year of the Jacksonville Bar Association. That is, a member shall be allowed to miss one (1) meeting for which reservations are made per fiscal year without charge.
3. Cancellations made more than 48 hours prior to a luncheon meeting are sufficient to absolve the member from any financial obligation in connection with that meeting.
4. Jacksonville Bar Association members attending a luncheon meeting without a reservation will bear the expense of such lunch reservation incurred by the Jacksonville Bar Association in the actual amount of the charge incurred. Such charges will be made beginning on the third occurrence per fiscal year.