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18 Bull. 1 (1977-1978)

handle is hein.baecl/buletin0018 and id is 1 raw text is: niy P u bIcation of the Bar Asso-ciaion o Erie County

fli  -Mf~  I  Buffaln, New York 14202


If te frstfou daS of thewek otAgut29 are iany indica tion
e'eof oa realstartthi s wyea r ;ninlBr activities . Thereismuch goding
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nouday; Arranlgemntare Al Al. frmur Open Forum )onLawyer
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Cmitejutbcfrom G reece, To1plan meetings to rate judicia
caddatsfo  hn  oebe     lctionsanmd thinproposedqetoniet
full    ll agnd ierit  atrnoon
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presntaion 4n curttefom ich4
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FrankNY.Offermann Chairman ofn :c

And yes lest anyone feel that recration is being neglected, Joe
Ierrizzi appeared before the Board on the details of the tr p to Puerto
co in March, and Gordy Gannon on the new ski trip which is being
o ganized for Switzerland in St Moritz Further information will be
iv ailed soon
ednesday: Sea, Offermana, Cunningham and your President are
off t Rochester for a 9.30 meeting with the Monroe County Bar
Association and itch Owen, Comstock Advertising Agency Inc who is
coordinating the public education campaigns of our Bar Associations in
hop to have a start up in November, It is recommended that we wait
untii the elections are completed because of the med~a'~ ~aturation with
polit cal announcements Bill Cunningham, who also serves as Chairman
of the State Bar's public information committee, has a great idea, Tie our
ed'a messages into TELE-LAW (a member of the public calls a given
number and receives a taped message about law and where to obtain a
lawyer) If both Rochester and Buffalo do this we have a good chance to
obtain the State Bar acsistance in making a contnhution to the costs of
setting up TELE-LAW This program has been especially successful in
San Diego
Back for a 12'30 meeting with Andy Feldman, Chairman Insurance
Committee, and representatives of our malpractice carrier Andy's
committee is considering whether there are any alternatives such as self-
insurance, but this is difficult when the Bar Association membership is not
mandatory in our State The agents are generally more optimistic than at
this time last year but advised that we must anticipate further increase in
premiums. They feel that the expense, while increasing radically in recent
years is still not excessive considering other professions and the fact that
we had a very low premium a few years ago. Andy expects to write an
article for next month's Bulletin which will focus upon the nature of the
new 'claims made policy which is the type 01 coverage that is being
written for our lawyers.
At 600 p m. there is a meeting with representatives of community
roups concerned about the composition of our Special Committee to
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John IH.Stne
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Bureauho    rWeNReIncy
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to ECA  ei er a   Solhag
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BuffloN Y1422 (5 180).
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its name  It formerly was the -
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Contest 1wOMit hewinne reciv ngtia
yea s reeadisin inttheN
sent o Mr  ames Kle'111:in 26
Wetbrok  Drv. Che Atoag

arbitration programs He was
Corporate Secretary and Counsel
for the Buffalo Evening News
before taking an early retirement
from the newspaper on September
Straub oi s FTA
William B Straub who
resigned as Erie County Attorney in
July, has been named General
Counsel of the Niag4r4 Frontier
Transportation Authority He
succeeds James F Kelly, who has
been appointed the NFTA's
Assistant Executive rector

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invited  to a ttendanj b  har mo
gave lawyr tetrih t dvrts
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Tldraue  Puk     arala
WTustees Henry1W KillenpvIIan
Mar JMaone     TeOlu
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ha.ve e cn 1inducted intcthe
AeiAn)Coleg ofTrial Lwyer

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14202, no later1 thanitSet:ptembr 19
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prsentton, Hch will1 imite
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OWen1  Presidentomst1E1ockA
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namvoerianba i FRAscaio  we
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AttNIony  '1Samuel iC. Prlaj
whsewitiissan,    humorou
remrk  hvenivened many  ar
Associations untos ve  th

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PlanIs have recentlyben finalizd      Yfrte Erie Caonty   0ar
Assoiatin's inter trip to Palmas Del701at nuertoMRic, The0trip1will
leave BufaWslarch 61 and return March 13A1978
Palmas Del Mar,.     0acretropialparvas, onAst o ecellen
fo-od, iweathr, beachs, driving range, gof curs, tnni, hrseac  ipin
boating, bilcycling, satiling ,and wmr
Spacumiousw.twov-bend ro(om  villas i tsprten1  bal i-11t h .and patis an
commolivig ro  m   ind kitchenar  . , plusv15%.ax a dnnd grauity
nwcntct the Erie Counn tyvBarqAssoci a t io n of1f ice orCitolu u sTrave
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Task Force Head Impo atme   or
Scheduledf r Sopt. 24

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