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.
As in past years, the team from Sweet, Stevens, Katz & Williams is a major contributor to the annual “Exceptional Children Conference,” hosted by the Pennsylvania Bar Institute, widely held to be one of the premier educational conferences in Pennsylvania that focuses on students with special needs.
Jane Williams will speak at the 5th annual American Bar Association (ABA) national conference on “Disability Issues in Employment and Education Law.”
Sweet, Stevens, Katz & Williams, has relocated its Pittston, PA offices.
Three attorneys from Sweet, Stevens, Katz & Williams LLP were named to the newest Pennsylvania “Super Lawyers” list.
What prevails in the law is neither reasoning nor well-voiced opinion, but fact-based evidence.
Students who receive special education services must be educated in the "least restrictive environment" possible. What does this mean?