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Building a Better Construction Contract, School Specific Amendments to the 2007 AIA Contract, Authored By: Thomas Myers and Lynn Rossi Scott, Date Published: 11/19/2009 9:14:29 AM, Page Count: 29, Product#: 274231
An effective school attorney must amend or revise a standard AIA contract in order to comply with his or her state laws and to protect the school districts. Although every party to the construction process may feel that the AIA form is most unfavorable to it, it is clear that owners do not receive the most favorable treatment in these contracts and attorneys for school districts must make substantial efforts to level the playing field.
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Cutting Edge School Facilities Going Green Innovation and Litigation Trends, Authored By: Randall Parent and Christopher Fallon, Date Published: 4/8/2011, Page Count: 20, Product#: 279594
Explore better designed school facilities that increase student performance. Investigate zero-carbon buildings surrounded by streams that treat and recycle wastewater and generate enough electricity to be self sufficient. These school construction experts analyze legal challenges that have confronted school construction pioneers.
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Education Law Cases 2005-2006, Authored By: Burns, Tom and Soronen, Lisa, Date Published: 12/14/2006, Page Count: 157, Product#: 39660
This reference book compiles summaries of selected education law cases from August 2005 through July 2006. Presented in topical format, it includes cases from the U.S. Supreme Court, federal appellate and district courts and state supreme and appellate courts. Case summaries are grouped by court under broad topics such as employment, student rights, curriculum, and religion. Topical and alphabetical tables of cases are provided.
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Education Law Cases 2006-2007, Authored By: COSA, Date Published: 9/17/2007, Page Count: 131, Product#: 41599
This reference book compiles summaries of selected education law cases from August 2006 through July 2007. Meant as an overview, it is not a comprehensive education law reporter, but rather a review of cases selected because of their importance to practitioners of school law. The summaries focus on the facts and the courts’ rationale and do not offer commentary or analysis. Presented in a topical format, this publication includes cases from the U.S. Supreme Court, federal appellate and district courts, and state supreme and appellate courts. Case summaries are grouped by court under broad topics such as employment, student rights, liability, and religion. Some case summaries appear in more than one topic. Topical and alphabetical tables of cases are provided to assist the reader in finding particular cases.
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Environmental Hazards for Urban Schools Facing the New Challenge, Authored By: Frels, Kelly, Date Published: 4/1/2002, Page Count: 7, Product#: 38307
Because environmental liabilities affect schools systemically they should anticipate and plan for future environmental issues. Issues discussed include asbestos, mold, lead, pollution, new facilities, etc.
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Environmental Issues for Schools: Mold Lead Toxic Building Sites and Other Unmentionables, Authored By: O’Meara, Shamus P., Date Published: 4/1/2003, Page Count: 14, Product#: 38336
Discusses some of the specific environmental contaminants or conditions causing concern in the school arena, provides some perspective on the issues, and lays out some practical considerations to think about when addressing school indoor air quality and environmental matters.
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Financing School Construction & Renovation – The American Recovery and Reinvestment Tax Act of 2009, Authored By: Timothy Stratton, Date Published: 11/19/2009 9:25:15 AM, Page Count: 78, Product#: 274235
On February 17, 2009, President Obama signed The American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 (the "Recovery Act"). In addition to some operating money and some construction grants that may be made available to School Districts, the Recovery Act also contains provisions related to bonding that may be of interest to School Districts. These bonding provisions are discussed in greater detail in this outline.
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First Amendment Issues in the Use of School Facilities by Religious Groups in the Wake of Good News Club, Authored By: Frederick Dorsey and Daniel Murphy, Date Published: 4/19/2012, Page Count: 8, Product#: 282610
This article examines the effect of the U.S. Supreme Court’s 2001 decision in Good News Club on subsequent cases involving the use of school facilities by religious groups. In particular, the authors discuss the development of the Second Circuit’s analysis in the long running series of decisions concerning the Bronx Household of Faith.
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Get Out of Here!! How to Keep Dangerous Persons Away: A School’s Right to Control Unwanted Guests, Authored By: Gessford, James B. and Perry, Gregory H., Date Published: 7/19/2007, Page Count: 40, Product#: 41116
What are the school’s rights to control visitors and guests? What procedures should you use? What do you need to be careful about?
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Inquiry & Analysis, December 2007, Authored By: COSA, Date Published: 12/4/2007, Page Count: 8, Product#: 41973
In this issue: Subduing the Subpoena: Suggestions For a More Manageable Approach, Protecting School Trademarks: What’s in a Name?, and more.
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