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New Appellate Court Case Reaffirms that School District’s Imposition of Developer Fees is Tied to the General Type of Construction, not the Particular Project

In a recent ruling, a California appellate court upheld a school district’s imposition of developer fees on a residential project oriented towards college students, rejecting the developer’s argument that the fees were improper because the project would allegedly generate no district students....

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Return to School in the COVID-19 Era – Student Issues (Part 3)

Host Sloan Simmons talks with Lozano Smith attorneys Ruth Mendyk and Chelsea Olson Murphy about the latest developments on COVID-19 and student athletics, with a focus on the most recent guidance from the California Interscholastic Federation (CIF), as well as other state public health directives and guidance heading into the 2020-2021 school year.

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Return to School in the COVID-19 Era – Student Issues (Part 2)

Return to School in the COVID-19 Era – Student Issues (Part 1)

Suicide Awareness and Prevention - From ACSA's ECC Symposium to the COVID-19 Crisis

California’s Uniform Complaint Procedures: What You Need to Know in 2020