The office of County Counsel renders legal services to the County, which includes representing and advising the officers and employees of the County in civil matters. The office also represents other public agencies when not in conflict with its primary duty to represent the County and the Board of Supervisors. The office employs lawyers and a compliment of support staff to provide the aforementioned services. The support staff includes many OCEA members, including office technicians, office assistants, and legal secretaries.
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What is an MOU? It's a "memorandum of understanding"—another name for a collective bargaining agreement!