Attorneys from Sweet, Stevens, Katz & Williams LLP will address special education in the context of the current extraordinary circumstances of the pandemic at the 43rd Annual Pennsylvania Association of Pupil Service Administrators virtual conference.
This month, John Audi presented a virtual continuing legal education program for members of the Pennsylvania School Boards Association.
Justin Barbetta recently won a case before the Supreme Court of Pennsylvania relating to multiple parties who took parallel challenges to a single property’s partial tax exemption.
Four new attorneys have joined the practice of Sweet, Stevens, Katz & Williams: Bethany O'Neill Byrne, Laura Heller Isenberg, Suzanne Pontious and Tammy Schmitt.
Jane Williams was a featured presenter at the 2020 conference of the Pennsylvania Council for Exceptional Children, a virtual program held in collaboration with the Parent Education & Advocacy Leadership (PEAL) Center.
Several attorneys from Sweet, Stevens, Katz & Williams LLP are again at the forefront of this year’s Pennsylvania Bar Institute Exceptional Children Conference.
Attorney Marcie M. Romberger has joined Sweet, Stevens, Katz & Williams LLP as Of Counsel. She has the valuable perspective of having advocated on behalf of both students and school entities during her law career.
Sweet, Stevens, Katz & Williams LLP, the first private law practice in Pennsylvania dedicated entirely to education law, is celebrating its 25th anniversary.
Sweet Stevens partner Andrew Faust of will be a featured presenter at the 2020 Lehigh University Special Education Law Symposium.
Now that most of Pennsylvania is moving toward "green" phases and reopenings, the firm will now return to posting coronavirus-related advice solely through the Pool Counsel service.