The Employment & Labor Group at Drummond Woodsum invites you to its quarterly complimentary Human Resource get-together. According to the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA), nearly 2 million American workers report having been victims of workplace violence each year.
Last November 60 percent of voters approved Medicaid expansion, making Maine the first state to expand the program through a citizen-initiated referendum. Governor LePage, who has consistently opposed expansion, refused to implement the law unless the legislature approved...
Athletics are a source of great excitement, emotion, and interest in New Hampshire schools. They are also one of the most common sources of potential legal liability and adverse publicity when something goes wrong.
In a closely watched case, Massachusetts’ highest court recently decided that in certain limited circumstances, colleges and universities have a duty to protect students from self-harm, possibly giving rise to tort liability for the institution.
Now that the Supreme Court has ruled on what appropriate programming is for complicated children with disabilities, schools must really look hard at the child’s “unique circumstances” in order to develop “appropriately ambitious” programming!
Towns will play an important role in shaping and regulating the marijuana industry in the state of Maine. This symposium will feature experts who will help towns understand the scope and extent of their ability to regulate to make sure that they are able to safely take advantage of the economic development potential that exists with this emerging market.
Drummond Woodsum is pleased to welcome Laura O’Neill as an Associate Attorney in the School and Local Government Practice Group. Laura’s practice will focus on special education and general school law questions. Before joining Drummond Woodsum...