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Sick of School? Indoor Air Quality and Mold: Litigation in Public Schools and Beyond
Presented by: Education Law Committee
About the Program:
Which state and federal statutes are implicated when the phrase, “I’m sick of school,” takes on a new meaning? Does tort law provide a remedy? Do the protections of the Americans with Disabilities Act and/or Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 apply to students whose schools are making them ill? Learn how to bring and defend claims related to indoor air quality and toxic mold contamination.
Faculty and Speakers:
Winona W. Zimberlin, Law Office of Winona W. Zimberlin, Hartford
Paul C. Freeman, Dewey & LeBoeuf LLP, Hartford
Bet Gailor, Connecticut Legal Services, Inc., Willimantic
Eric Lukingbeal, Robinson & Cole LLP, Hartford
Ronald W. Zdrojeski, Robinson & Cole LLP, Hartford
9:00 Introduction: Mold and Indoor Air Quality in Schools (Zdrojeski)
10:00 The Issue of Medical Causation (Lukingbeal)
11:00 Mold Remediation in Schools and Commercial Buildings (Freeman)
12:00 Representation of Students: Potential Remedies Under Federal and State Education Law (Gailor)
Who Should Purchase:
Attorneys involved in representing schools or parents of school children. Insurance defense counsel, attorneys involved in insurance claims, and real estate practitioners will also find this seminar valuable.
This seminar is appropriate for both newly-admitted and experienced attorneys.
CLE Credit: 4.0 Hours