Any member of the public can request your records. We respond on your behalf.
The purpose of the Right-to-Know Law was to foster transparency in government. Public school districts, intermediate units, charter schools, trade and vocational schools are all subject to RTK requirements. While well intended, this law has translated into an expensive, time-consuming chore for these entities. Determining what is a “public” record, how (and for how long) such records should be stored and maintained, knowing how to share information in response to a lawful request, and understanding when certain information can be exempted can be incredibly onerous. We know how to efficiently run the process, saving our clients time, aggravation and money.
Click here to learn more about the services we provide as part of our Right-to-Know Law practice, or contact us to discuss any questions or immediate needs you have in this area.