Attorney Frank G. Barile was quoted in an article entitled “Dos and Don’ts for Involving Divorced Parents in Virtual IEP Meetings”

Attorney Frank G. Barile was quoted in an article entitled “Dos and Don’ts for Involving Divorced Parents in Virtual IEP Meetings”, which was published in LRP’s Special Ed Connection on June 25, 2020.

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Partner Erin O’Grady-Parent and Associate Stephanie Denzel author an article.

Partner Erin O’Grady-Parent and Associate Stephanie Denzel authored an article entitled, “As we await state guidance, answers to questions on health screening and other reopening protocols” published on 6/29/20 for On Board.

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Social Media and Discovery: One Year after Forman

Partner Christopher F. Mestecky and Associate Anthony J. Fasano authored an article entitled, “Social Media and Discovery: One Year after
Forman” for the April 2019 issue of the Nassau Lawyer publication.

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Common Pitfalls in Appeals to the Commissioner of Education

Associate Anthony J. Fasano authored an article entitled, “Common Pitfalls in Appeals to the Commissioner of Education” for the July-August 2017 issue of the Nassau Lawyer publication.

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Navigating the Doctrine of Primary Jurisdiction

Associate Anthony J. Fasano authored an article entitled, “Navigating the Doctrine of Primary Jurisdiction” for the July-August 2016 issue of the Nassau Lawyer publication.
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When Disputes Arise in School Districts, Who Decides

Partner Erin O’Grady-Parent authored an article entitled “When Disputes Arise in School Districts, Who Decides” for the February edition of the New York State School Boards Association’s publication, On Board.

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What you need to know about ‘E-discovery’ in litigation involving school districts

Associate Ashley Pope authored an article entitled “What you need to know about ‘E-discovery’ in litigation involving school districts” for the January 2016 issue of the New York State School Boards Association’s publication, On Board.

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Associates Anthony Fasano and Reesa Miles authored an article entitled, “Ringing the Bell for Tinker” for the October edition of Nassau Lawyer

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FOIL 101: An Inside Route to Better Discovery

Associate Anthony Fasano authored an article entitled, “FOIL 101: An Inside Route to Better Discovery” for Perspective, a New York State Bar Association publication

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Voter Propositions and the Tax Levy Limit

Partner Kathy Ahearn and Associate Ashley Pope authored an article entitled, “Voter Propositions and the Tax Levy Limit” for the Summer 2015 issue of the New York State Association of School Business Officials’ publication, The Reporter.

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