A growing number of court decisions in various jurisdictions that are refusing to recognize causes of action under Title IX brought by individuals sexually assaulted at colleges and universities.
Pennsylvania Supreme Court Agrees to Hear a Case in Which Two Prior Court Rulings Question Whether Pennsylvania will Follow the National Trend of Promoting Employees’ Ability to Change JobsJuly 26th, 2019
The no-hire provision prevented BeeMack, during the term of the contract and for two years after its termination, from hiring or soliciting any employee of Pittsburgh Logistics Systems, Inc.
Sexual assault is considered to be discrimination on the basis of sex, and individuals who experience sexual assault may bring a Title IX claim against the educational institution if the institution is deliberately indifferent to the assault.
Act 16 was signed into law on June 28, 2019 and addresses a variety of School Code provisions.
When signing the law, Governor Wolf noted that Act 67 does not authorize teachers to be designed as security personnel.
Attending in support of the event, each attorney brought back tools to enrich our ability to assist clients in a range of practice areas.
In Finnerty v. Pennsylvania Department of Community and Economic Development, the City of Chester had been determined to be a financially distressed municipality under the Municipalities Financial Recovery Act (Act 47).
Earlier this month, PDE issued its first revised BEC on charter schools since 2004.
On March 21, the Superior Court issues its first decision regarding enforcement of Post Adoption Contact Agreements.
The current regulation, adopted more than 60 years ago, includes more traditional forms of compensation in employees’ regular rate, including the perks of employment, such as paid holidays, vacations, and basic medical plans.