Articles

Results 1 to 4 of 4
Most popular |Most recent


In Much Anticipated Janus v. AFSCME Decision, Supreme Court Rules Agency Fees Unconstitutional

USA - June 27 2018 In a blow to unions across the nation, the Supreme Court has ruled that public sector agency fee arrangements violate the First Amendment of the…

Cathie L. Fields, Mark R. Bresee, Peter A. Schaffert, Scott K. Holbrook ,, William A. Diedrich,.

Federal Aviation Administration Implements New Rules Regarding Drone Use, Effectively Expanding the Ability to Operate Drones Without the Need for a Certificate of Authorization

USA - March 5 2021 Flying somewhat under the radar (bad pun not intended), the Federal Aviation Administration (“FAA”) approved new rules that went into effect at the…

Nathaniel Rosilez, Sara C. Young.

2021-22 Rules For K-12 Schools Come Into Focus

USA - July 20 2021 The recent adoption of the State’s Budget Act and other legislation, along with new CDPH guidance on masking, provides K-12 school employers (“LEAs”)…

Aaron V. O'Donnell, Amy W. Estrada, Jacquelyn Morenz, Joshua E. Morrison, Joyce Yu, Mellissa E. Gallegos, Rebeca Delatorre, Sara C. Young, William A. Diedrich,.

How Distance Learning Highlighted Ed Tech Inequities

USA - April 9 2021 Students arrive to school with different resources and levels of preparedness, thus, the systems put in place to ensure each student succeeds must be…

Sara C. Young.