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Don’t lose federal monetary assistance with noncompliance.

Avoid liability by learning Section 504 obligations, regulations and guidance. Public and private educational facilities receiving any federal monetary assistance, and arguably other forms of aid, are obligated to comply with Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973. This comprehensive statute imposes a number of obligations on such recipients of federal aid regarding disabled students and employees. An educational facility’s failure to comply with Section 504 and its regulations can result in time consuming and expensive litigation, an imposing investigation by the Office of Civil Rights and the potential loss of federal assistance. This topic will pull together the statutory provisions and their recent amendment, relevant regulations and case law regarding the obligations of educational institutions to disabled employees and students, providing cogent and succinct guidance on how to best ensure compliance. Comply with these obligations and avoid liability under this statute.

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James P. Evans

James P. Evans

Barclay Damon LLP

  • Partner with Barclay Damon, LLP
  • More than 25 years’ experience representing educational institutions, including K-12 and post-secondary institutions, in all facets of education law
  • Represents numerous educational institutions, including private schools, charter schools and public school districts concerning all facets of education law, including student privacy
  • Advises not-for-profit corporations regarding compliance issues and matters pertaining to education rights
  • Has obtained significant experience representing parents, students and educational institutions regarding all facets of education law, including federal and state law compliance
  • Adjunct professor of education at Le Moyne College, where he has constructed and taught a master's level course in education law for school administrators over the past nine years
  • Frequent speaker and lecturer regarding school law education law and related matters
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