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File #: 18-190    Version: 1
Type: Other Proposal Status: Passed
File created: 10/5/2018 In control: Judicial Council
On agenda: 11/30/2018 Final action: 11/30/2018
Title: Judicial Council Administration: Judicial Council Conflict of Interest Code (Action Required)
Attachments: 1. 20181130-18-190
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Judicial Council Administration: Judicial Council Conflict of Interest Code (Action Required)

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Summary
Summary
Judicial Council staff recommends amending the Conflict of Interest Code for the Judicial Council of California (Code) to replace office names and job titles with leadership areas and job classifications. The proposed changes would provide flexibility in the event of an organizational restructuring-which may require the transfer of positions between offices-and will ensure that classifications required to report their economic interests will continue to do so regardless of office or organizational changes. The Judicial Council must review proposed amendments to the Code and approve the Code as amended or direct that it be further revised and resubmitted for approval.

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Recommendation
Recommendation
Judicial Council staff recommends amending the Conflict of Interest Code for the Judicial Council of California, effective December 1, 2018, to:

1. Change its effective date from 2015 to 2018
2. Consolidate Judicial Council member classifications into Voting and Nonvoting Members and Voting and Nonvoting Attorney Members;
3. Consolidate the Governmental Affairs, Audit Services classifications under the Executive Level structure;
4. Consolidate all Supervisor and Manager classifications into one disclosure category, Supervisorial and Management-Level Classifications, under both the Executive Level and the All Divisions structures;
5. Consolidate the classifications within the Leadership Services Division, Operations & Programs Division, and Administrative Division into the All Divisions structure;
6. Under the All Divisions structure:
a. Consolidate all Attorney and Supervising Attorney classifications into one disclosure category, All Attorney and Supervising Attorney Classifications; and
b. Add disclosure category 3 to the Legislative Advocate classification; and
7. To the All Divisions structure, add the following classification...

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