Eric Hagen is based in our Fennimore office. His practice is primarily focused on municipal and school law. He also practices in business, estate planning, and employment law, and has previous experience in the areas of personal and business litigation, family law, and personal injury and workers compensation litigation.
- J.D., Marquette University Law School, 2017
- Merit Scholarship
- B.A., University of Wisconsin Platteville, 2014
- State Bar of Wisconsin
Admitted to Practice
- Wisconsin State Courts
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New Eligibility Criteria for Emotional Behavioral Disability, Deaf, Blind, and Deafblind Now in Effect
School Law FYI | 12.20.21
The administrative rules addressing special education eligibility criteria for two different educational disabilities were recently revised and a newly added disability category is now in effect. The revised PI 11.36 (Areas of Impairment), modifies the definition of the categories of blind and visually impaired and deaf and hard of hearing (DHH) and further modifies the evaluation requirements associated with each of those disability categories. Also, the revised rules add a new required Individualized Education Program (IEP) team member when determining eligibility for deaf and hard of hearing.