Tag Archives: Special Education Litigation

It’s a New Year, So Sue Me

Published on January 6, 2010 by Jennifer Laviano

download osx snow leopard 10,6 Getting school systems to either fund additional special education services, or to reimburse parents who pay for necessary services themselves, has always been an uphill battle.  The reasons are numerous, but money is without question at the top of the list.  That’s nothing new.  However, over the years, most reasonable school […]

Should I Bring a Special Education Due Process Hearing?

Published on May 31, 2009 by Jennifer Laviano

Very often, I am asked by prospective and current clients in my Connecticut special education law practice whether or not they should bring a Due Process Hearing on behalf of their child with disabilities. This is a very tough question, and really can not be answered in a general way, since each case is as […]