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Protective Orders in Connecticut

A blog post about the different types of restraining orders available in Connecticut and various common provisions that can be included.

Sale of Beachfront Home After Sandy Meets Impossibility of Performance

A blog post about a divorcing couple who could not sell their home at the agreed price due to damage by Hurricane Sandy.

An Attorney's Ethical Duties and Limitations in Divorce Discovery

A blog post about what a lawyer can and can't ethically do for a client during a divorce claim.

My Child Is Eligible for Special Ed: Now What?

A blog post about the beginning steps parents should expect when meeting with an IEP team for the first time.

Jury Awards Student $40K for Scissor Injury

A blog post on a case out of New Haven, Connecticut about a student injured with scissors dropped by a teacher while at school.

Is the School District Liable if My Child is Injured at School?

A blog post about when a school district is and is not responsible for a child's injury suffered while at school.

Students Accused of UPA Receive Higher Levels of Due Process than Students Accused of Rape

Comparison of Due Process and Fairness Provided to Students Charged With Minor Violations of the Code of Conduct Like UPA vs. Serious Crimes Like Sexual Assault.

Secretive (In)justice on Georgia College Campuses

Georgia colleges and universities continue to violate students' federal and state Constitutional rights trying to adhere to wrongheaded directions regarding Title IX.

Straw and Spitball constitute weapons under Georgia law

Even a straw and spitball constitute violations of Georgia's weapons on campus laws.

Durable Power of Attorney - Frequently Asked Questions

Power of Attorney and Durable Power of Attorney-how they work, would it help me?

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