Lozano Smith attorneys regularly serve as key contributors and media sources for leading publications and associations. This streamlined news feed features the latest articles, webcasts and firm announcements that impact clients throughout the year.

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Public Law Journal: Recreational Trail Immunity is Narrowed By Courts of Appeal

Lozano Smith attorney Arne Sandberg contributes article on recreational trail immunity

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LRP Special Ed Connection: Know how to respond to requests to waive disciplinary policies

Lozano Smith attorney Sarah Garcia contributes expertise in latest article

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Lozano Smith Attorney Recognized with Super Lawyer Selection

Lozano Smith is pleased to announce that Michelle Cannon, Partner in the firm’s Sacramento office, has been selected by Super Lawyers Magazine to the 2018 California Super Lawyers list.

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CASBO Partner Webinar: Lozano Smith Presents Janus v. AFSCME and Related California Legislation

Lozano Smith partners with CASBO for webinar.

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Janus Decision Expected Next Week; New Bill Adds Complexity

Lozano Smith partners with ACSA for resources.

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ACSA Update: Next Steps in Janus Lawsuit Decision

Lozano Smith partners with ACSA for resources.

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CSBA Legal Update Webcast: First Amendment Issues

First Amendment Issues Impacting Schools: Walk-outs, social media and kneeling

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Kneeling at high school game ruled free speech

ACSA published a Lozano Smith article about free speech in the EdCal newsletter.

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Student Free Speech: School Officials’ Response to Student Social Media (Comments, “Likes” and Followers)

The principal of Albany High School first learned about a student’s Instagram account featuring racist posts which targeted some of his students and staff when he heard a disturbance in the hallway outside his office.

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