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Property Insurance and the Uniform Condominium Act

Property insurance claims involving condominiums require consideration of the condominium association’s insurance policy, the unit owner’s policy, and the condominium’s bylaws, declarations, or...

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Equifax Credit Alert

Most of you have probably heard about the data security breach at Equifax that occurred over the summer and was announced late last week.  As Equifax has reported that up to 143 million U.S.

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Insurance Coverage Concerns During Hurricane Season

In the wake of Hurricanes Harvey and Irma (and in anticipation of the remainder of hurricane season) homeowners and businesses will turn to their insurance companies. However, most policies do not...

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When Performing IEP Progress Monitoring: Part THREE

Types of Assessments There are a number of different ways that schools measure and report student progress-standardized assessments, results of state-wide assessments, mastery tests...

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Where To Find Information About Your Child’s Progress in the IEP: Part Two

This article is the second in a series regarding student educational progress. The next posted article will focus on types of assessments and the limitations of curriculum based measurements in...

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Is Your Child Making Progress on the IEP?

The IEP is a multi-page document that contains a significant amount of information about your child and the school’s plan for ensuring that he/she makes meaningful educational ...

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Meet the Newest KADMF Board Member

We congratulate Patrick M. Hitchens, Esq. in being appointed as a Board Member of the

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Class Actions: The State Court Action Is Alive & Well

State court class actions remain a viable vehicle in Pennsylvania.  But, they still take a backseat to the federal case.  Let’s consider the...

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U.S. Supreme Court Issues Unanimous Opinion On Special Education Legal Standard

On March 22, 2017, the U.S. Supreme Court issued a unanimous decision in Endrew F. v. Douglas County School District regarding the appropriate level of educational benefit that school...

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Homeowners Policies Do Not Cover Floods

Our team was recently getting ready for trial.  Part of the process included preparing "points for charge"  -- these are concise statements of the law the parties propose for the Judge to read to...

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