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Exhaustion of Remedies: The Intersections Between Section 504, IDEA and the ADA

Recorded on: Jun. 12, 2017
Running Time: 00:59:53

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Taken from the Web Program 17th Annual School Law Institute recorded June 2017 in New York.

Exhaustion of Remedies: The Intersections Between Section 504, IDEA and the ADA [00:59:53]
  • A review of Fry v. Napoleon
  • Analysis of the law of exhaustion of remedies
    • What remedies need to be exhausted under Section 504, IDEA and the ADA?
    • How does the law of exhaustion of remedies vary from state to state?
  • Discussion of the practical implications of Fry and other recent court decisions addressing exhaustion of remedies under Section 504, IDEA and the ADA

Caroline J. Heller


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    Caroline J. Heller

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  • Exhaustion of Remedies: The Intersections between Section 504, IDEA and the ADA
    Caroline J. Heller
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Caroline J Heller ~ Chair of the Greenberg Traurig Global Pro Bono Program, Greenberg Traurig LLP
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