When to call a Pittsburgh injury lawyer

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When a person in the Pittsburgh area is injured through no fault of his or her own, nothing is more important than retaining the services of a qualified and experienced…
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Facebook Login’s & Job Interviews

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In recent months, several news articles have shed light on an alarming new practice: employers are demanding that job candidates provide their Facebook account login information so they can view…
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AMENDMENT TO PUBLIC SCHOOL CODE AFFECTING FURLOUGHS

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Recently Governor Corbett signed into law House Bill 1901, now known as Act 82 of 2012, which made various changes to the Public School Code of 1949. One of those…
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ACT 82 CLARIFICATION ON BACKGROUND CHECKS

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Recently Governor Corbett signed into law House Bill 1901, now known as Act 82 of 2012, which made various changes to the Public School Code of 1949. One of those…
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Policy Amendments to Comply with Current Requirements of the Children’s Internet Protection Act (CIPA)

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As you are aware, the Children’s Internet Protection Act (CIPA) required allSchool Districtsto have a Board-approved Internet Safety Policy, filter internet access from certain visual depictions and monitor on-line activity…
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VETERAN’S AND FURLOUGHS – CREDIT WHEN CREDIT IS DUE

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With the economic limitations facing many school districts, if your school district has not been forced to furlough employees, you may be faced with furlough decisions in future fiscal years. …
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IS YOUR DISTRICT IN THE KNOW ABOUT THE NEW LAWS?

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During the 2011-2012 legislative session, the Pennsylvania General Assembly passed and the Governor signed into law numerous legislative measures which address public school districts in some manner.   Following is a…
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Time off for Bad Behavior – Even if Off School Property

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As a general matter, Section 510 of the Pennsylvania School Code permits school districts to enforce reasonable rules and regulations regarding student conduct, but only during instances where students are…
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