Andy Faust was featured in a recent article for Special Ed Connection entitled "Prevent use of restraint, whether by trained staff or in an emergency, from denying student FAPE."
Districts primarily place focus on student academics. A recent hearing officer decision in a special education case warns not to lose sight of other important aspects of each student’s access to education.
Sweet, Stevens, Katz & Williams - a name that is virtually synonymous with education law - is expanding its offerings with the launch of a “Litigation Hold” counseling service.
A number of United States Department of Education Office of Civil Rights decisions have declared schools in violation of Section 504 for failing to consider evaluations for students on Individual Health Plans (IHPs) in various fact situations.
An overview of the Bureau of Special Education complaint process: the statutory authority behind complaints, Pennsylvania’s procedures, and advice on to how to prepare for and defend such complaints.
On August 11, 2016, the United States Department of Justice published a final rule in the Federal Register revising the Americans with Disabilities (ADA) regulations. The regulations go into effect on October 11, 2016.
Several attorneys from Sweet, Stevens, Katz & Williams are participating in the 2016 “Exceptional Children Conference," hosted by the PBI.
An update to the Pennsylvania Public School Code now permits non-medical school staff to provide diabetes care and treatment for students with diabetes.
As of August 29, 2016, a new FAA rule is in effect for the use of Small Unmanned Aircraft Systems, otherwise known as "drones."
Karl Romberger was featured in the Fall Issue of IN Community Magazine of Tredyffrin-Easttown.