Members of Clark Hill PLC's Education Practice Group to Present at the 75th Annual MSBO Conference and Exhibit Show, April 23-25
GRAND RAPIDS, MICH. –
Six members of Clark Hill’s Education Practice Group will present at the annual Michigan School Business Officials (MSBO) conference, from April 23rd through April 25th and will be held at the Amway Grand Hotel in Grand Rapids, Michigan. Clark Hill attorneys Dana L. Abrahams, James M. Crowley, Marshall W. Grate, Jeremy S. Motz, Barbara A. Ruga, and Joseph B. Urban will discuss a number of important issues.
The panelists will be discussing: Clarifying Widespread Misunderstandings about Construction Laws and Procedures, The Profit and Pitfalls of Shared Time Arrangements with Nonpublic Schools, The Legal Consequences of Going Into Deficit, Fundamentals of Purchasing Policies and Procedures, Document Retention, E-Mail and Technology Use Policies, Permissible Expenditures, What Every K-12 Should Know about Public School Academies/Charter Schools, Establishing School Educational Foundations, Options for Privatizing Non-Instructional Services, and D16 – The Hard Cap and 80/20 Era.
Clark Hill education attorneys offer a full-service practice to their clients, with expertise in charter schools, independent schools, intermediate school districts and public school districts. The Education Practice Group serves as general and special counsel in a wide-range of areas, including board governance and policy matters, general litigation, student and citizen rights and responsibilities, labor and employment matters, business and operations matters, finance and bond matters, and purchasing and competitive bidding.
The MSBO conference will cover all aspects of school management and will feature more than 350 exhibits displaying a wide variety of products and services used by schools. For more information, visit www.msbo.org.
Let’s Go Shopping: The Impact of Liquor & Cannabis on the Retail MarketExplore more
PFAS Restrictions: What Should You Be Doing?Explore more
Up in Smoke: Navigating Marijuana Laws in the Workplace
Employees’ lawful use of marijuana—both recreational and medical—presents numerous traps for the unwary employer. This webinar will address the various legal and practical issues that matter to employers and HR professionals when confronting employees’ lawful marijuana use.