Notice from Oakland County Bar Association

The following is a notice from Oakland County Bar Association Executive Director Jennifer Roosenberg:

Dear OCBA members,

In response to the State of Michigan declaring a state of emergency, and the World Health Organization designating COVID-19 a global pandemic, the Oakland County Bar Association has made the decision to cancel all in-person meetings, events and seminars through April 17, 2020. We feel this is a necessary step in order to reduce the spread of the virus and protect the health and well-being of OCBA staff, members and the public.

Additionally, the OCBA office will be closed to the public through that time.

Committee meetings have either been cancelled or converted to a conference call. OCBA staff will keep committee members informed via email and on our website.

District Court Case Evaluation hearings scheduled through April 17 will also be adjourned and rescheduled.

We will plan to reschedule all events and as many seminars as possible. Again, information will be disseminated via email, our website and on social media. If you have already registered and paid for an event, we will automatically apply your payment to the rescheduled event. However, if you are not able to attend the rescheduled event, we will refund your payment.

We will continue to monitor official guidance from local governmental and health authorities and keep you updated on any further changes we might make. We appreciate your patience and understanding as together we navigate these uncharted waters.

For assistance, you may still contact us at 248-334-3400.


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