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Capital Wrap-Up April 2014 #1

In response to the recommendations made by the Governor’s Task Force on Child Protection, six child protection bills made it to the Governor’s desk this week. Two of those bills have been signed....more

Corbett Signs Additional Child Protection Bills

Governor Tom Corbett recently signed into law three bills that would strengthen Pennsylvania’s efforts to protect its children–Senate Bill 24, House Bill 89 and House Bill 316....more

Illinois Supreme Court to Decide Whether Self-Critical Analysis Privilege Exists in Illinois

We continue our previews of the civil cases accepted for review in the closing days of the Illinois Supreme Court’s March term with Harris v. One Hope United, Inc. In Harris, the First District declined to recognize the...more

Capital Wrap-Up for the Week of March 31

Scott Wagner Sworn-In - The Senate’s newest member, Scott Wagner was sworn in on Wednesday. Wagner won the March 18 special election to complete the current term of former Senator Mike Waugh in the state Senate, which...more

Sixth Circuit: Social Workers Entitled To Qualified Immunity Because Law Not Sufficiently Clear

As I learn more and more about the social work field as my (new) wife continues on her path to becoming a social worker, I realize that social workers often see life at its lowest points. Never was that more true than in this...more

Should the Court be Allowed to Disclose a Youth Pastor’s History of Sexual Abuse?

Well, that depends on who is answering the question. Only if the New Jersey legislature amends N.J.S.A. 9:6-8.10a. When a man who had been found to have abused and neglected his two children applied for a job as a youth...more

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