Drummond Woodsum will be presenting on the following topics at this year's Bradley F. Kidder Law Conference. See you online!
Wednesday, October 7, 2020
The Impact of COVID-19 on Collective Bargaining Negotiations – Anna Cole & James O’Shaugnessy, Attorneys, Drummond Woodsum
Anna and James lead a discussion of the legal and practical impacts of collective bargaining during the COVID-19 pandemic.
New State Laws Impacting School Districts – Erin Feltes, Gerald M. Zelin & Milliana R. Zonarich, Attorneys, Drummond Woodsum
Despite a shortened legislative session, there are still many new state laws that will impact public school districts, including a substantial revision to the student discipline laws, amendments to the manifest educational hardship reassignment process, a requirement to develop concussion and return to learning plans, and a new background check process for school bus drivers and transportation monitors.
Title IX Update – Meghan S. Glynn, Attorney, Drummond Woodsum
The United State Department of Education has completely overhauled regulations impacting school districts under Title IX. Come Join Meghan for a brief description of the changes, and learn about your district’s new obligations.
Thursday, October 8, 2020
Updates on Special Ed & Learn Everywhere – Gerald M. Zelin & Milliana R. Zonarich, Attorneys, Drummond Woodsum
This session, designed for school board members and general education administrators, will review the New Hampshire Board of Education’s recently adopted Learn Everywhere rules, the status of legal challenges to those rules, and legal issues related to special education during a pandemic (such as compensatory education and potential liability arising from the provision of services in school).