3/23/17 – The MLO Minute: Dennis McAndrews talks Title IX this week on WFMZ-TV Channel 69 News

March 23rd, 2017 Dennis McAndrews, Founder and Managing Partner of McAndrews Law Offices, P.C., was interviewed and featured this week on WFMZ-TV Channel 69 News in Berks County in regard to a federal lawsuit filed this week in Philadelphia. Parents of a Boyertown Area Senior High School student are suing the District after the student (referred…

April 28th, 2017 – Free Special Education/IEP Clinic at Lock Haven

WHO: Heather Hulse, JD, MS, MA of McAndrews Law Offices, P.C. in conjunction with Families Supporting Families Advocacy Group WHAT: Free IEP Clinic and Special Education Presentation WHERE: Lock Haven University – Durrwachter Alumni Conference Center, 10 Susquehanna Ave, Lock Haven, PA 17745 WHEN: Friday, April 28th, from 9:00am – 1:00pm Families are welcome to…

2/24/2017 The MLO Minute: As Cosby Hearing Approaches, MLO Attorneys Interviewed Today By National Media

February 24, 2017 High profile cases provide extraordinary and unique challenges for all participants-defense attorneys, prosecutors, trial judges, court personnel, witnesses, and the accused. Criminal prosecutions of significant cases are always stressful for these participants, as the stakes are high, with personal liberty and individual reputations in the balance in every such case. Click the newsletter…

3/9/2017 – The MLO Minute: Title IX and University Discipline: Will the Paradigm Change Under The New Administration

March 9th, 2017  Over the past several years, MLO has become very active in the representation of students in college disciplinary proceedings, and where claims of sexual misconduct are involved, we have assisted students who are either accused of, or who have brought forth allegations of, such misconduct.   (Click the newsletter to read in your…

2/22/2017 – The MLO Minute: U.S. Supreme Court Allows Student With Disabilities to Sue For Denial of Service Dog In School

February 22, 2017, United States Supreme Court issued a major decision with regard to the rights of children with disabilities. In Fry v. Napoleon Community Schools, the Court held that a young girl with severe cerebral palsy and her parents were permitted to sue a school district which refused to allow her to be accompanied…