Voice of Experience · February 2017 ·by Llewelyn Pritchard In the early 1990s, Sandy D’Alemberte, then the President of the ABA, called and asked me to chair a special committee to be called the ABA Pro Bono Development Committee on Immigration. Sandy had procured a multimillion dollar grant from the Ford Foundation to encourage lawyers who were […]
Claims Management · August 2016 ·by Karen Kalzer The October Term 2015 (Oct. 5, 2015 – Oct. 2, 2016) for the U.S. Supreme Court may best be remembered for the unexpected loss of Justice Antonin Scalia. The long-term impact of this loss on the court’s jurisprudence is foggy as legislators refuse to act on President Obama’s nomination […]
As we begin to store more of our personal information and assets in digital form, planning to access and transfer our digital assets following death or incapacity is becoming increasingly important.
Title IX and its regulations generally prohibit sex-based discrimination by educational institutions that receive federal financial assistance. In such lawsuits, which are on the rise, female plaintiffs or their parents typically sue the school district
Elder law is a natural expansion of a traditional trust and estate practice. By expanding his or her practice to include elements of an elder law practice, the trust and estate attorney will be able to serve a much larger client base, thus increasing the size of his or her own practice.
When determining whether a student can display Confederate flag symbols, schools must consider the district’s history of racial tension.
As a result of several disturbing incidents involving the restraint and seclusion of students with disabilities in schools, the US Department of Education asked the Council of Chief State School Officers in
When the United States Supreme Court announced its pair of same-sex marriage decisions on June 26, 2013, commentators began to forecast the tsunami of tangible changes that would result.
In December 2012, the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission issued its Strategic Enforcement Plan (SEP) for 2013-2016.
A recent case from Division I of the Court of Appeals makes it crystal clear that buyers of residential real property can no longer blindly trust the seller’s disclosures