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The Law Offices Of Timothy B Rien

The Law Offices Of Timothy B Rien

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Criminal, DUI-DWI, White Collar Crime, Identity Theft, General Practice

Since being established in 1982, The Law Offices of Timothy B. Rien has earned the highest reputation for technical legal competence, honesty, integrity and courtesy in the delivery of... (more)

Law Offices Of Karlstrom & Krebs

Criminal, Farms, DUI-DWI, Divorce, Family Law

Karlstrom & Krebs

Criminal, Farms, DUI-DWI, Divorce, Family Law


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Livermore, CA 94550

SAMPLE LEGAL CASES

Special Education and Connecticut's Transition Bill of Rights
Blog post on the rights of students that have an Individualized Education Plan (IEP).
Malloy Brings Additional 500 Layoffs to Connecticut Dept. of Developmental Services
Article on the state laying off almost 500 employees of the Department of Developmental Services which will affect special education matters.
Lawsuit Claims Connecticut Special Ed Inconsistent With Federal Law
Blog post about a claim by a Connecticut parent that her child with special education needs is entitled to public education until the age of 22 as required by the federal Individuals with Disabilities Education Act.
New Proposed Legislation to Break Up the Ninth Circuit
Two separate proposals have been introduced in the United States Senate to break up the United States Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit. In this post, I will examine both of the new proposals and what they may mean going forward.
Contingency Fee
No fee unless we recover!
March 2017 Immigrant Visa Bulletin
On February 8, 2017, the Department of State (DOS) released the Visa Bulletin for March 2017. The March 2017 Visa Bulletin contains application final action dates and dates for filing for immigrant visas in both the family-sponsored and employment-based preference categories.
9th Circuit Rejects Government's Emergency Stay Motion in State of Washington v. Trump
On February 9, 2017, the United States Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit rendered a decision in State of Washington v. Trump, No. 17-35105. In this article, I will briefly explain the Ninth Circuit's reasoning and what may happen next.
Teacher of Autistic Students Claimed Termination Was Based on IDEA Violation
Blog post on a case brought under the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act.
A Guide to Connecticut's Determination of Autistic Student Needs
Blog post on the topic of how Connecticut determines the needs of an autistic student in public school.
A Guide to Connecticut's Determination of Autistic Student Needs
Blog post on the topic of how Connecticut determines the needs of an autistic student in public school.
Dyslexia: An Overview by the Connecticut State Department of Education
Blog post on describing and identifying dyslexia in students.
The Connecticut ADHD Task Force: An Overview
Blog post on the topic of ADHD and how the state of Connecticut seeks to address it in schools.
The DSM-V on Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder
Blog post explaining the modern view of Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD).
RTI: The Connecticut Dept. of Education's Research Based Intervention
Blog post on Connecticut Department of Education's efforts regarding Research Based Intervention in special education.
Federal Government Reduces Funding For Special Education State Grants
Blog post on the federal reduction of funds for state special education grants.
Connecticut Family Awarded $100k for Abuse of Special Education Student
Blog post on a case where damages were awarded after a special education aide sexually abused a special education student.
Stamford School Sued for Disabled Child's "Homebased Expenses"
Blog post on a case from Stamford on the proper provisions for a student with Autism.
Connecticut Attorney General Disclaims Special Education Funding
Blog post on the state's argument in the CCJEF case.
Life Mapping: A Look At Specialized Education for Autistic Students
Blog post on mapping out life for your autistic student.
New Connecticut Law Improves Data Privacy for Special Education Students
Article on new Connecticut law seeking to improve the data privacy of special education students.
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