Atlanta partners Sherry Culves and Nina Gupta will be presenting a webinar for the Georgia Council of Special Education Administrators. The presentation “COVID Case Law: A Synopsis” will give the audience an overview of federal and state guidance on IDEA placement decisions and the provision of FAPE during the health and safety crisis; a review of state and national complaints and litigation decisions; and suggested best practices.
The conference is designed for all educational administrators, coordinators, teachers, psychologists, and others involved with educating students with disabilities. Presenters are state and nationally recognized legal minds who specialize in special education law and Section 504.
Culves practices in the areas of education law, employment law, and general litigation. She has represented numerous school districts, ranging from several large urban systems to mid-size and small, rural school districts. She also represents charter schools, higher education, and educational-related vendors. She is a frequent speaker in the area of education and employment law and regularly presents to groups supporting public school systems and education on both a state and national level. Culves has extensive experience guiding school districts and administrators in compliance with the IDEA, Section 504, the ADA, and related statutes.
Gupta focuses her practice on education law, representing public school districts, private educational entities, higher education institutions, vendors, and professionals. She works directly with governing boards regarding effective policy development, compliance, and governance. She also focuses on disability and discrimination law and routinely counsels her clients in all aspects of the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act, the Americans with Disabilities Act, Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act, Title IX, Title VII of the Civil Rights Act, and related statutes.
Tuesday, March 9, 2021
5 - 6 p.m. EDT
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