Nov 26, 2019
Pennsylvania Supreme Court Rejects Fluctuating Work Week Method The PA Supreme Court ruled that the “Fluctuating
The law also recognizes the value of an education and gives specific instructions on what to do when a school district chooses to expel a student. It is very important that parents and guardians know their child’s rights and what options are available.
Partner Ed Feinstein has represented parents and children with special needs in educational matters for more than 30 years. Mr. Feinstein and his legal team can help you with:
Sexual harassment, bullying, and gender and disability discrimination can make going to school a nightmare. Title IX, the ADA and other laws were designed to protect students from such behavior. Wecan help parents, guardians and students encountering these offensive situations by reviewing their legal options and representing families in administrative and legal actions against the responsible parties, including school boards and districts.
FDPK’s legal team has the qualifications and experience to represent you at IEP meetings, pre-hearing conferences, due process hearings, or in court proceedings. Contact us for a confidential consultation.