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Charles R. Kimbrough

Attorney

Bickerstaff Heath Delgado Acosta LLP

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Bickerstaff Heath Delgado Acosta LLP

3711 S. MoPac Expressway Building One, Suite 300

Austin, Texas,78746

United States

Company Description

Bickerstaff Heath also serves its clients in the creation and representation of other local governmental entities that have been formed to address the growing needs of the public. Those entities include special districts and authorities for utilities, economic...more

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TAJF-News Updates

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Recipients of the James B. Sales Boots on the Ground Award included Terry Tottenham, of counsel to Fulbright & Jaworski LLP and former president of the State Bar of Texas; Charles Kimbrough, partner of Bickerstaff Heath Delgado Acosta LLP, and Bruce Bower, deputy director of Texas Legal Services Center.


Oilfield Housing 2nd Annual Conference

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Moderator: Chuck Kimbrough, Bickerstaff Heath Delgado Acosta, LLP


Texas Access to Justice Commission | Increasing access to justice for low-income Texans.

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- Charles R. Kimbrough,Bickerstaff Heath Delgado Acosta LLP


Conference Close-Up: West Texas Judges & Commissioners Conference

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For example, with the continual explosion of social media, officials must now examine the concept of open meetings in a new light, as explained by Charles R. Kimbrough, attorney with Bickerstaff Heath Delgado Acosta LLP, of Austin.
In his presentation titled, "The Internet, Smartphones, Social Media and the Texas Open Meetings Act: Traps for the Unwary," Kimbrough explored the challenge of conducting business in a modern information society and presented a key question and thought-provoking conclusion. Kimbrough paid special attention to the "walking quorum" and "prohibited closed meeting" violations, both criminal offenses which carry maximum penalties of six months in jail plus a $500 fine. Under TOMA, a public official commits a prohibited closed meeting violation if a closed meeting is not permitted and he or she knowingly calls or aids in calling, closes or aids in closing, or participates in a prohibited closed meeting. Under TOMA, a public official commits a walking quorum violation if he or she knowingly conspires to circumvent TOMA requirements by meeting in numbers less than a quorum for the purpose of secret deliberation, also referred to as "sequential conferencing" by members of the body in numbers less than a quorum. Both of these violations require specific intent by a public official to knowingly conspire to circumvent the requirements of TOMA, Kimbrough reiterated. However, the existence of innocent, limited communication without specific intent may not be enough to establish the violation, Kimbrough explained. "The line is murky," he noted. "So find that line, get off that line, and avoid even the appearance of impropriety." Kimbrough encouraged officials to continue to pursue and complete training to learn the facts and keep apprised of the law, which "will provide the best opportunity for you to avoid the serious problems associated with an alleged open government violation." "If you continue coming (to conferences) and studying, you can be right on the law, and right on the ethics," he declared.


Texas Access to Justice Commission | Increasing access to justice for low-income Texans.

www.texasatj.org [cached]

- Charles R. Kimbrough,Bickerstaff Heath Delgado Acosta LLP
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