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Four New Laws That Illinois School Districts Should Have on Their Radar

by Hinshaw & Culbertson LLP on

Several Illinois laws enacted in 2017 — some of which already have become effective, and others for which the effective date is coming soon — will have a significant impact on school districts in the state. Following are some...more

See You In Court! – October 2017

by Shipman & Goodwin LLP on

It didn’t take long. School started in Nutmeg just a month ago, and already Ms. Superintendent was calling the members of the Board of Education to schedule an expulsion hearing. “This is a good one,” she told veteran Board...more

State Department of Education provides proposed final draft of guidelines for expulsions and alternative education (part 2)

“And thirdly, the code is more what you’d call “guidelines” than actual rules …” Captain Barbosa in Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl On September 5, 2017, the State Board of Education’s Legislative and...more

And who is going to pay for it? The State’s new draft guidelines for educating expelled students

In 2016, Connecticut’s General Assembly passed Public Act 16-147: AN ACT CONCERNING THE RECOMMENDATIONS OF THE JUVENILE JUSTICE POLICY AND OVERSIGHT COMMITTEE. This Act made several changes to school discipline laws which...more

Student Expulsion Upheld For Off-Campus, Online Activity

by Roetzel & Andress on

On July 26, 2017, the 5th Appellate District Court of Appeals (Richland County) issued a decision in N.Z. vs Madison Local Board of Education that should be read by every school administrator involved in student...more

Religious Institutions Update: June 2017

by Holland & Knight LLP on

Timely Topics - The U.S. Supreme Court recently heard oral argument in Trinity Lutheran Church of Columbia, Inc. v. Comer, No. 15-577. The lawsuit concerns whether the daycare operated by a Missouri church may qualify...more

Episode 6: Tom Rutledge Takes on LLC Member Expulsion

by Farrell Fritz, P.C. on

Expulsion a/k/a dissociation of an LLC member is a hot-button topic whether it’s pursuant to the terms of an operating agreement or by court order. This episode of the Business Divorce Roundtable features an interview with...more

US Expands Cyber-Related Sanctions Executive Order and Designates Russian Parties

by White & Case LLP on

On December 29, 2016, President Obama issued a new Executive Order (EO) entitled "Taking Additional Steps to Address the National Emergency with Respect to Significant Malicious Cyber-Enabled Activities."...more

Pullman & Comley’s 2016-17 Superintendents’ Legal Issues Forum – Session One Recap

Pullman & Comley’s 2016-17 Superintendents’ Legal Issues Forum got off to a great start with a thought provoking presentation by Mark Sommaruga and Zach Schurin regarding a summary of 2016 Connecticut legislative enactments...more

Get Ready for the Changing Landscape of Expulsions

The legislature, this year, put in place significant changes relative to the expulsion of students which will supposedly go into effect on August 15, 2017. Assuming that the legislature leaves intact these changes during the...more

See You In Court! - July/August 2016

by Shipman & Goodwin LLP on

Out of the blue, Nancy Newshound, longtime reporter for the Nutmeg Bugle called Mr. Superintendent. “I understand that a student hacked the district’s system and changed a bunch of grades,” she stated. “What can you tell me...more

Education Legislation Summary 2016

by Shipman & Goodwin LLP on

2016 SESSION - CONNECTICUT GENERAL ASSEMBLY - In its 2016 regular and special sessions, the General Assembly made a number of changes in the statutes that affect public education in Connecticut. This summary...more

See You In Court - April 2016

by Shipman & Goodwin LLP on

The Nutmeg Board of Education has not expelled a student for over two years. Not because Nutmeg students are so compliant, however, but rather because the Board appointed a hearing officer two years ago to conduct expulsion...more

Out of Bounds: Title IX, Off-Campus Conduct, and Yeasin V. University of Kansas

The Kansas Court of Appeals’ decision in Yeasin v. University of Kansas, stands for the proposition that educational institutions must act with both precision and foresight when delineating their disciplinary authority. Of...more

CAS Legal Mailbag Question of the Week

by Shipman & Goodwin LLP on

As a high school administrator, from time to time I have to attend expulsion hearings. It is an unpleasant but necessary part of my job, and most hearings run smoothly because the student admits to his or her misconduct....more

Legislature Limits Ability of School Districts to Expel their Youngest Students

by Shipman & Goodwin LLP on

Among the many legislative changes from the most recent session of the General Assembly, one involves modifications to the rules for student suspensions and expulsions. Specifically, Public Act 15-96 restricts the ability of...more

Illinois Passes Legislation Curbing Out-of-School Disciplinary Practices

by Franczek Radelet P.C. on

On August 24, 2015, Governor Rauner signed into law Public Act 99-456. The Act requires school districts and charter schools to overhaul their discipline policies and is aimed at reducing the incidence of out-of-school...more

Status Updates - November 2014 #2

..Bad chords. A European musician’s attempt to stop a negative concert review from continuing to appear in Internet search results is raising questions about whether the EU’s “right to be forgotten” ruling could prevent the...more

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