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SAMPLE LEGAL CASES
Blog post about a school athletic director who was unable to sue for wrongful termination because of his status as an "at-will" employee.
Blog post about teacher's association being granted union status but not a right to strike.
Blog post about the rights of students in schools.
Blog post about a teacher who was denied retirement credits due to a suspension for theft.
Blog post on teacher employment contracts and the role of tenure.
Blog post on the authority of University police to make a DUI arrest.
Blog post about Connecticut court declining to get involved in the process of awarding instructors tenure at Yale University.
Blog post about a teacher's right to privacy in Connecticut.
Blog post on the topic of teacher employment contracts in Connecticut.
Blog post about the recall of IKEA furniture after six children were killed in separate incidents.
Blog post about a student who tried to sue his school using a theory of breach of contract after he was expelled for possessing a knife on school grounds.
Blog post about a student who was expelled for setting off multiple M80s at school.
Blog post about a student who was expelled for using explicit language who then sued for re-enrollment.
Blog post about a mother who challenged her child's IEP on the basis that it did not provide for adequate emotional support.
Blog post about a group of high school students who brought a lawsuit against their school for its implemented policies regarding non-attendance penalties.
Blog post about a student who was expelled from a private school bringing suit for emotional distress.
Blog post about a lawsuit brought by the parents of a private school student against the school for educational malpractice.
Blog post about the liability of a monitoring company that failed to prevent a student's sexual assault.
Blog post on when a school will have liability for harm that students suffer even though they are normally protected by the doctrine of governmental immunity.
Blog post about the Constitutional right of parents to provide for their children and the fact that the Department of Children and Families can make a determination that some parents are legally unfit to care for their children.