Act 15, passed on July 1, 2015, modifies some of the requirements of Act 153 and requires all volunteers who are responsible for the welfare of a child or have direct contact with children to obtain several clearances.
How can school districts protect themselves from facing claims of student-on-student sexual harassment?
The FCC will aggressively investigate and act against any unlawful interference with personal Wi-Fi hotspots.
Attorney Tom Warner is a scheduled presenter at the “Snapshots of Special Education Law” PBI conference in Philadelphia.
Sweet Stevens proudly announces the opening of a Central Pennsylvania Region Office and the addition of attorney Shawn Lochinger.
Two attorneys from Sweet, Stevens, Katz & Williams LLP have been selected to the 2015 Pennsylvania & Delaware edition of “Super Lawyers.”
When it comes to collective bargaining, past practice no longer sets a precedent.
Sweet Stevens Partner Andy Faust is a featured faculty member for the 2015 Lehigh University College of Education Special Education Law Symposium.
What rights does a school district have to file a tax assessment appeal?
To assist state and local government officials in understanding and complying with the ADA requirements, the Department of Justice has published a technical assistance document entitled "ADA Update: A Primer for State and Local Governments."