Newton Daily News Reports on Miriam Van Heukelem's Special Education Presentation to Newton School District

The July 28, 2016 issue of the Newton Daily News reported on Ahlers & Cooney attorney, Miriam Van Heukelem, leading a forum meeting on special education for the Newton Community School District. http://www.newtondailynews.com/2016/07/26/board-members-teachers-attend-discussion-on-special-ed/ayfd691/
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Post-Issuance Compliance Training for Bonds - Client Seminar - October 7, 2016

UPCOMING SEMINAR Post-Issuance Compliance Training for Bonds Friday, October 7, 2016 Registration - 8:30 am Seminar - 9:00 am - 4:00 pm Hilton Garden Inn 205 S. 64th Street West Des Moines, IA 50266 General topics to be addressed: Tax Issues Recordkeeping; Allocation Issuer Obligations for the Life of Bonds...
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New Federal Guidance on Non-Discrimination in Education: Transgender Students Entitled to Protection from Discrimination on the Basis of "Sex"

Recent guidance from the federal government has raised the question of what obligations public schools, colleges, and universities have with respect to transgender individuals. Since 2008, the Iowa Civil Rights Act has prohibited discrimination in employment and education based on an individual's "gender identity." However, federal anti-discrimination statutes have never...
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Website Accessibility for the Disabled under the Americans with Disabilities Act: Delay in DOJ Regulations, but Uptick in (Threatened) Litigation

An ever-increasing amount of our daily life is being conducted online. Does this provide a disservice to those individuals who cannot, for example, hear online videos or read webpage content? It might, and the ability of disabled individuals to access web-based services and information is receiving increased attention under the...
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