- July 09, 2018
- June 28, 2018
- June 27, 2018
Countdown to the Bond is a multi-part series of advisories designed to help school and community college districts navigate their way to a successful November 2018 bond election and capital program, beginning about a year ahead.
The California Court of Appeal for the Second Appellate District affirms dismissal of a lawsuit challenging the constitutionality of SB 277. – image of apple, let me know if I need to crop that.
The New Year brings with it a host of new and amended laws that will affect school bonds and bond elections. Many of these revisions took effect on January 1, 2018, and some will change the way districts plan to incur debt, hold elections, and report debt activities to the public.
DWK is pleased to continue its statewide Education, Labor and Employment Law Series. Ed Lab is interactive, practical and informal. Workshops are led by DWK attorneys who discuss topics of particular interest to school district and county office human resources and labor relations professionals.
On July 3, representatives from DWK, CASBO and SSC, and a special guest from PERB recorded a special follow-up webinar on Janus v. AFSCME and SB 866 Compliance. Download the recording and view our expanded responses to FAQs.
U.S. Supreme Court decided today in favor of Janus and against unions, ruling that mandatory agency fees paid to public-sector unions by non-union members violate their First Amendment rights and are thus unlawful. Accordingly, such agency fees may no longer be deducted from non-members’ paychecks.
The California Court of Appeal for the Second Appellate District affirms dismissal of a lawsuit... MORE
In re R.M. (April 19, 2018, A150319) __ Cal.App.5th __ [2018 WL 1870774] The First Appellate... MORE
U.S. Secretary Betsy DeVos is considering repealing Obama-era school discipline reform guidance, a... MORE