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John Audi will be a featured presenter at the 2019 School Board Secretaries Conference on July 31, 2019. Audi will present as part of the session entitled “School Board Secretaries: Lessons Learned & Panel Discussion.”
Andy Faust was part of a panel presentation at the Lehigh University 2019 Special Education Law Symposium. The session, “You Be the Judge: ‘Dueling’ Attorneys,” presented a fictitious case about a student, attorney and expert input, and a ruling from a hearing officer.
Four attorneys with Sweet, Stevens, Katz & Williams have been selected for the 2019 Pennsylvania Super Lawyer list.
Several attorneys from Sweet, Stevens, Katz & Williams recently presented the concluding session of the annual conference of the Pennsylvania Association of Pupil Service Administrators, a tradition that has become a high point of the gathering.
Mark Cheramie Walz will discuss the Children’s Online Privacy Protection Act at the upcoming Pennsylvania Educational Technology Expo and Conference (PETE&C), a multi-day summit for educational, networking and award programs focused on technology in the educational field.
Kyle Somers delivered a program on child custody and school law to the Montgomery Bar Association.
Last month, the court of appeals reaffirmed what makes an IEP "reasonably calculated."
Jane Williams was a featured presenter at the 59th annual convention of the Pennsylvania Counsel for Exceptional Children: “What is So Special About Special Education?”
The United States Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit has issued a precedential ruling in the field of special education on behalf of a school district client of Sweet, Stevens, Katz & Williams.