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• Supreme Court Holds That Employer Violated The Federal Prohibition Against Racial Discrimination - July 7, 2009

• Certificated Layoff Checklist -2008

• Sexual Harassment Prevention Training -2008

• U.S. Supreme Court Holds that School Districts’ Voluntary Integration Plans Violate the

Equal Protection Clause - June 28, 2007

• U.S. Supreme Court Holds that School District Did Not Violate the First Amendment When Student was

Suspended for Displaying a Drug-Related Banner at School-Sanctioned Event - June 25, 2007

• California Supreme Court Holds That Equitable Estoppel May Apply To Four-Year Time Limitation - June 4, 2007

• School District’s Retraction of Student Editorial Violated Right to Free Speech - May 21, 2007

• U.S. Supreme Court Limits Timely Title VII Claims to Filed Within 180 days of Employer’s

Pay- Setting Actions - May 30, 2007

• School District’s Statement To The Press About Principal Covered By First Amendment - April 20, 2007

• New California Law Changes Teacher Transfer Rule - January 12, 2007

• The Golden Valley Court Strikes Again: Some Temporary Teachers Must Be Reclassified As Probationary And Afforded

Statutory Layoff Protections - January 2, 2007

• Special Education Due Process Complaint Statute of Limitations Reduced to Two Years on

October 10, 2006 - October 10, 2006

• Lawyer Parents Cannot Recover Attorney's Fees for Due Process cases Brought on Behalf of Their Own Children -August 26, 2006

• School Officials Liable for Disciplining Student for Drug-related Banner at Off campus event - March 10, 2006