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California Appellate Court Rules That Due Process Does Not Require a Live Hearing for Written Reprimands

USA - May 27 2021 In Knight v. South Orange Community College District (3d. Dist., Div., Three), Case No. G058644, the Court of Appeal addressed whether a student was…

Jacqueline D. Hang, Kathryn E. Meola.

California Appellate Court Rules That Electromagnetic Hypersensitivity May Qualify as a Disability Under FEHA

USA - May 27 2021 In Brown v. Los Angeles Unified School District Dist. (2021) 60 Cal.App.5th 1092, the Court of Appeal addressed the limits of what constitutes a…

Jacquelyn Morenz, Kathryn E. Meola, Michael C. Addy.

American Rescue Plan Act May Permit Public Education Employers to Claim Tax Credits for SB 95 Paid COVID Leave In 2021

USA - April 15 2021 On March 19, 2021, the Governor signed SB 95, requiring California employers to provide employees with up to 80 hours of paid leave for specified…

Aaron V. O'Donnell, Cindy Strom Arellano, Evan J. Gautier, Joshua E. Morrison.

Update: California Department of Public Health Issues Comprehensive Guidance Governing Opening and Reopening of K-12 Schools

USA - March 24 2021 The COVID-19 and Reopening In-Person Instruction Framework & Public Health Guidance for K-12 Schools in California, 2020-2021 School Year (January 14…

Aaron V. O'Donnell, Alyssa Ruiz de Esparza, Jacquelyn Morenz, Joshua E. Morrison, Joyce Yu, Kathryn E. Meola, William A. Diedrich,.

Is Your Website ADA-Compliant? Web Accessibility Lawsuits May Soon Be On the Rise as California High Courts Expand the Reach of the Americans with Disabilities Act and the Unruh Civil Rights Act

USA - September 24 2019 Within the past month, California courts have issued rulings expanding the types of lawsuits that may be filed against website operators for failing…

Sharon J. Ormond.