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The Coalition for Action on Shared Policy Priorities with the Honorable Mike Honda

PAABA

The Palo Alto Area Bar Association and the law firm of DLA Piper are pleased to invite you to the inaugural event of The Coalition for Action on Shared Policy Priorities (“CASPP”).

Please join the Honorable Mike Honda and key members of the Silicon Valley community including start up entrepreneurs and representatives from the marquee Valley firms for a roundtable discussion on top policy priorities shared across the political spectrum by the Silicon Valley community, its companies and citizens.

Date: August 20, 2014

Time: 12:30-2:30 pm

Hosted by: DLA Piper, 2000 University Avenue, East Palo Alto, California 94303-2214

Lunch will be provided and there is no charge for the event. Space is limited, on a first come basis and advance registration is requested.

Due to the desired high interaction between attendees, these events will be small and limited in number. To request an invitation please contact us. If space is available, you will receive a confirmation by email (attendance is limited to our confirmed guests).

RSVP: As soon as possible events@stlgip.com. We will notify you after receipt of your RSVP.

In the midst of near-constant media firestorms, gridlock, and endless grist for the mills of political comedians, it is all too easy to forget that there are many issues on which common ground exists, and where otherwise disparate groups already share similar if not the same priorities.

We seek to turn that common ground into concrete, achievable legislative action. This roundtable, along with future events organized by The Coalition for Action on Shared Policy Priorities, brings together business and political leaders and identifies priorities that the business community and our Congressional delegation already share and champion. The programs will focus on areas of high potential impact which may be most susceptible to feasible and realistic solutions.

We hope to create a broad-based coalition for promoting effective legislation on these shared priorities — a coalition that can make progress even in the context of a divergent political arena. Each issue we move forward makes our nation’s remaining policy challenges easier to face, and may perhaps help build bridges that can be of use in addressing other issues going forward.

Expected topics for the event include, but are not limited to:

– high skilled visas/immigration reform
– improved education
– support for clean technology
– bringing money and jobs back to the US and particularly the greater Bay Area

RSVP: As soon as possible events@stlgip.com. We will notify you after receipt of your RSVP.

For more information, please contact

Soody Tronson or Dale Edmondson

Member of The Board of Directors
Palo Alto Area Bar Association

To contact PAABA, please email us at info@paaba.org.
405 Sherman Ave | Palo Alto CA 94303

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DLA Piper

STLGip Law Firm, PC

Royse Law Firm, PC

Business, Energy, and Election Law, PC

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