Meyer, Suozzi, English & Klein, P.C., established in 1960 by the late John F. English, offers general legal services on the state and federal levels to its corporate, labor and individual clients throughout New York State and in Washington, D.C. The firm's Albany and Washington, D.C. professionals provide government relations representation before the executive and legislative branches of state and federal government. The firm's sixty one attorneys are active members of numerous local, state and national legal organizations with many of them serving as officers of committees to institute change in the judicial system. The firm is committed to the highest standards of professional excellence and prides itself on the quality and talent of its attorneys.
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December 2014 Amendments to Wage Theft Prevention Act Impact New York Employers
Lois Carter Schlissel,Max H. Sicherman, March 16, 2015
On December 29, 2014, Governor Andrew Cuomo signed a bill amending New York’s Wage Theft Prevention Act (WTPA). The amendments, which will take effect upon the passage of a chapter amendment, eliminate the requirement that all New York employers provide detailed wage information to every...
It's Not Enough to Have an IEP: It Must be Timely and Properly Implemented
Lynn M. Brown, March 16, 2015
Two recent decisions make it clear that a school district may not avoid its responsibility to provide learning disabled students with a free appropriate public education, commonly known as “FAPE,” merely by agreeing upon an individualized educational program or “IEP.”...
Pendency (A.K.A. “Stay Put”): An Important Right of Special Education Students
Lynn M. Brown, October 10, 2014
One of a special educaon student’s most important rights is that of pendency (a.k.a. “stay put”), which permits a student to stay in his last agreed- upon placement and/or continue to receive the last agreed-upon services while any challenge to a proposed Individualized Educaon...