The state Department of Education wants to change Maine’s special education law to increase the age of student eligibility for services from 20 to 22.
Department of Labor Changes the Independent Contractor Rule (Again)
On October 11, 2022, The Department of Labor (“DOL”) announced a new proposed rule outlining the criteria employers should use to determine whether to classify a worker as an “employee” or an “independent contractor.” The change is meant to be more employee friendly,
New Workplace Posting Requirement from the EEOC
On October 19, the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (“EEOC”), which is the federal agency responsible for administering and enforcing federal workplace discrimination laws, released a new version of a required workplace poster.
Drummond Woodsum Presents at the 2022 Maine School Management Association Annual Conference
Drummond Woodsum’s School Law attorneys will be presenting several clinics at this year’s Maine School Management Association Annual Conference.
Join Drummond Woodsum at the 2022 Bradley F. Kidder Law Conference
Join Drummond Woodsum attorneys at this year’s Bradley F. Kidder Law Conference sponsored by the New Hampshire School Administrators Association (NHSAA), the New Hampshire School Boards Association (NHSBA), and …
Important Information on New N.H. Statutes that Purport to Raise the Upper Age Limit for Special Education
In late June, Governor Sununu signed two identical bills that attempt to raise the upper age limit for special education. Both bills took effect once the Governor signed them. …
New Filing Form for Your Federal Subsidy of Tax Credit Bonds
This notice is for any school administrative units that file IRS Form 8038-CP to receive the federal subsidy for interest payments due on “direct pay” tax credit bonds. Tax credit bonds include Qualified School Construction Bonds (QSCBs), Qualified Zone Academy Bonds (QZABs), Qualified Energy Credit Bonds (QECBs), and Build America Bonds (BABs). Note, however, that not all … Continued