Thursday, April 17, 2014

Liability & Legal System

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23 Things a School Attorney Really Needs to Know, Authored By: A. Dean Pickett, Date Published: 10/14/2010 11:27:15 AM, Page Count: 6, Product#: 277270
Presented at the Council’s 2010 School Law Practice Seminar, this paper covers twenty three things the new school attorney needs to know or an update for the seasoned practitioner.
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24 Things a School Attorney Really Needs to Know , Authored By: Dean Pickett, Date Published: 10/14/2012, Page Count: 6, Product#: 281018
For new school law attorneys or a refresher for seasoned attorneys.
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A Board Policy Conundrum: Can Board Policy Create Liability?, Authored By: David R. Day and Seamus P. Boyce, Date Published: 4/29/2008, Page Count: 16, Product#: 262384
School boards make polices; administrators implement policy. How often have we thought about the impact of those policies on the school district that does not follow its own policies? What about claims by third parties that they have been injured due to the policy’s violations? Can board policies create liability where it might not otherwise exist? This article discusses the major liability concerns that may arise from the creation of board policies.
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A View from the Federal Appellate Docket: A Snapshot of Cases Impacting Public Schools, Authored By: Francisco Negron, Date Published: 10/30/2008, Page Count: 23, Product#: 270922
A snapshot of the federal school law appellate docket. This article was presented at the 2008 School Law Practice Seminar.
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Adventures in Ethics, Authored By: Allison Tomberlin, Date Published: 10/12/2013, Page Count: 62, Product#: 285664
In the spirit of the old Choose Your Own Adventure books, this paper calls on the reader to decide what to do when confronted with ethical dilemmas in their professional lives. The decisions aren’t always easy and the dilemmas aren’t always obvious. It is a career journey of choices and their consequences.
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An Offer They Can’t Refuse: Involuntary Resignations and Constructive Discharge Claims under Section 1983 and Title VII, Authored By: Christopher Campbell, Date Published: 10/10/2013, Page Count: 10, Product#: 285646
Voluntary resignations are the most efficient way to resolve employee misconduct. This paper focuses on the law of resignations and constructive discharge under Section 1983 and Title VII -- especially important in right-to-work states. Sample resignation forms will be provided along with an approach that school attorneys can tailor to their specific clients.
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An Update from the Courts A Snapshot of the NSBA Legal Advocacy Agenda and Selected Federal Cases, Authored By: Francisco Negrón, Jr., Date Published: 4/13/2013, Page Count: 22, Product#: 284717
This article summarizes court cases in which NSBA is participating and watching due to their impact on boards of education and school system practices.
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Armed Guards in Schools, Authored By: Thomas Wheeler, II and Joe Tanguma, Date Published: 10/12/2013, Page Count: 14, Product#: 285663
This paper provides the reader an opportunity to weigh both sides of the post-Newtown debate on school security and proposals to arm school staff. Current laws, legislative proposals, best practices, potential liability issues, and specific policy approaches regarding staff training are discussed.
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Bargaining with the Board and Beyond: How Do You Manage the Client, Authored By: Richard J. Guercio and Jay Fernow, Date Published: 10/14/2010 11:43:23 AM, Page Count: 23, Product#: 277275
Presented at the Council’s 2010 School Law Practice Seminar, this paper addresses attorney client representation, rules of confidentiality at board meetings including executive sessions, retainers, educating the board, the school attorney as chief labor negotiator, ethical considerations, the presumption that an attorney is an independent contractor, working with the board in labor negotiations, and bargaining strategies and tactics.
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Character Counts: Professionalism in the Practice of Law, Authored By: Nancy Fredman Krent and Lori Martin, Date Published: 4/19/2012, Page Count: 16, Product#: 282620
This article provides some of the ethical and professional standards to which attorneys are expected to adhere, discusses the issue of unethical behavior by opposing counsel and pro se litigants and describes the appropriate way to respond to such behavior.
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