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How far is too far? Searching Students’ Homes and Remote Test Proctoring

USA - September 8 2022 The Fourth Amendment to the United States Constitution protects the rights of the people against unreasonable searches and seizures of their person…

J. Kayleigh Chevrier, Paul Z. McGlocklin, Elena C. Sanchez

Making Cybersecurity a Priority

USA - September 6 2022 Education institutions face a number of challenges as they gear up for and start the 2022-2023 school year including, but not limited to, lack of…

Paul Z. McGlocklin

New Laws Provide Support and Flexibility to Students Following the 2020-2021 School Year

USA - July 23 2021 Assembly Bill 104, signed and filed on July 1, 2021 as an “urgency statute,” added three new Sections to the California Education Code, operative…

Paul Z. McGlocklin

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”)…

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

Fact Specific Analysis is Key when Restricting on Employee Expression

USA - June 25 2021 Earlier this year, the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals (“Ninth Circuit”) affirmed a lower court’s decision in Kennedy v. Bremerton School District…

Mark R. Bresee, Sharon J. Ormond