The Pennsylvania Office for Dispute Resolution recently released its annual report, showing a dramatic increase in due process litigation.
John Audi recently presented at the Pennsylvania Association of Intermediate Units Fall Human Resources Conference. His topics included the Family and Medical Leave Act, labor negotiation tips and trends, and the topic of Medical Marijuana in schools.
Jane Williams recently presented at a joint conference of two of Pennsylvania’s foremost organizations supporting students with diverse needs: the Pennsylvania Counsel for Exceptional Children and the International Dyslexia Association.
The Pennsylvania School Board Solicitors Association presented Ellis Katz of Sweet, Stevens, Katz & Williams with the 2019 President’s Award for Distinguished Career Achievement.
Attorneys from Sweet, Stevens, Katz & Williams are again playing a pivotal role at this year’s Exceptional Children Conference, an annual presentation hosted by the Pennsylvania Bar Institute.
Christina Stephanos was featured last month in an article on Section 504's anti-retaliation provision.
Six new attorneys have recently joined Sweet, Stevens, Katz & Williams.
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.