Boardman Clark Attorneys Named to the 2022 The Best Lawyers in America©

Nineteen Boardman Clark attorneys were recognized in The Best Lawyers in America© list 2022 edition.

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  • Richard L. Bolton (2010)
    • Appellate Practice
    • First Amendment Law
  • John E. Knight (1993)
    • Banking and Finance Law
    • Corporate Law
    • Financial Services Regulation Law
  • Michael J. Lawton (2012)
    • Closely Held Companies and Family Businesses Law
    • Land Use and Zoning Law
    • Litigation - Land Use and Zoning
    • Litigation - Municipal
    • Litigation - Real Estate
    • Municipal Law
    • Real Estate Law
  • Marta T. Meyers (2008)
    • Collaborative Law: Civil
    • Family Law
    • Family Law Mediation
  • James E. Bartzen (2008)
    • Commercial Litigation
    • Litigation - Banking and Finance
    • Litigation - Construction
    • Litigation - Real Estate
    • Product Liability Litigation - Defendants
  • Paul R. Norman (2007)
    • Commercial Litigation
    • Litigation - Antitrust
  • Richard L. Schmidt (2012)
    • Commercial Litigation
    • Real Estate Law
  • Sarah A. Zylstra (2015)
    • Commercial Litigation
    • Litigation - Labor and Employment
  • Jerry E. McAdow (2013)
    • Commercial Transactions / UCC Law
    • Real Estate Law
  • Michael J. Julka (2007)
    • Education Law
    • Employment Law - Management
    • Labor Law - Management
  • Jennifer Scott Mirus (2012)
    • Employment Law - Management
  • Richard A. Heinemann (2013)
    • Energy Law
    • Real Estate Law
  • Lawrie J. Kobza (2013)
    • FDA Law
    • Water Law
  • Jon C. Nordenberg (2013)
    • Health Care Law
    • Insurance Law
  • Andrew B. Hebl (2021)
    • Insurance Law
  • Paul M. Schmidt (2009)
    • Litigation - Trusts and Estates
    • Trusts and Estates
  • Christopher J. Hussin (2018)
    • Patent Law
    • Trademark Law
  • Amanda J. Kaiser (2011)
    • Personal Injury Litigation - Defendants
  • William L. Fahey (2012)
    • Real Estate Law
    • Utilities Law
  • Carl J. Rasmussen (1999)
    • Trusts and Estates
  • Eileen A. Brownlee (2017) 
    •  Education Law
    • Employment Law - Management 
    •  Municipal Law

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Expulsion Notices Must Contain Specifics

School Law FYI | 09.28.22

As the procedural requirements for expulsion are usually the only basis upon which the State Superintendent reverses expulsion orders, school administration should be sure to put sufficient detail in an expulsion notice so there is no question that the student and the family were put on notice of the conduct alleged.