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Sharon Montanye, Thomas Warner and Jane Williams will update attendees on court decisions, regulations, and best practices, among other topics during the annual “Paul Stevens Memorial Legal Seminar.”
Mark Cheramie Walz will present “The 411 on Section 504: Deciphering Child Find and Eligibility Requirements” in an upcoming LRP Education webinar.
Attorney Shawn Lochinger, who represents clients in all areas of education law, including special education and labor and employment law, has been promoted to partner.
Attorney Gary Dadamo has joined Sweet, Stevens, Katz & Williams LLP as an associate. Over the course of his career, he has represented public entities, school districts and corporations in both state and federal courts. His focus now includes civil rights defense, labor and employment, employment discrimination, and municipal law.
John Audi, current president of the Pennsylvania School Board Solicitors Association, will preside over the 2021 Virtual School Law Workshop for the Pennsylvania School Boards Association.
Tom Warner is again playing a pivotal role in the annual Pennsylvania Bar Institute Exceptional Children Conference: he is a course planner and faculty member for the event, which is considered one of the premier special education conferences in the commonwealth.
Jane Williams, along with a panel of experts, will engage in a robust conversation about preparing for and participating in early dispute resolution options and due process hearings.
New associates Christine Cattani and Jason Sam have joined Sweet, Stevens, Katz & Williams LLP.
The 2021 edition of Pennsylvania Super Lawyers features Ellis H. Katz, Thomas C. Warner and Jason D. Fortenberry.
Partner Andy Faust will tackle the complex issues faced by special education attorneys during the pandemic at this year’s Lehigh University Special Education Law Symposium, held via Zoom June 21-25, 2021.