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Internal Investigative Reports That Lead to Discipline Are Not Exempt Adjudicatory Records under FOIA

USA - April 27 2016 An Illinois Appellate Court has further limited the public records that a public body can withhold from disclosure under Section 7(1)(n) of the…

Brian P. Crowley, Jamel A.R. Greer

Illinois Appellate Court Sheds Light on When Records Are Not “Reasonably Accessible” On A Public Body’s Website Under FOIA

USA - March 21 2016 The Illinois Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) was amended in December, 2014 to provide that a public body is not required to copy a public record...

Jamel A.R. Greer

U.S. Department of Education Issues More Guidance on ESSA

USA - March 1 2016 The U.S. Department of Education ("ED") recently issued a second Dear Colleague Letter interpreting the Every Student Succeeds Act ("ESSA"), which…

Eric L. White

Supreme Court Refuses to Provide Clarity on Discipline for Off-Campus, Online Student Speech

USA - February 29 2016 The Supreme Court has a lot to worry about these days, like a year plus of finding out first hand what can happen (or not happen) to your ability to…

PAC Finds FOIA Predecisional Exemption Does Not Apply to Training Materials on Final Policy

USA - January 15 2016 Recently, the Attorney General issued a binding opinion finding that the Governor's Office of Management and Budget (GOMB) violated the Freedom of…

Jamel A.R. Greer