Legal Advice for Bullying — 30 results
Written by attorney Harvey Alford, about 5 years ago.
WHAT DO THE COURTS HAVE TO SAY? In a recent Massachusetts case a Superior Court Judge ruled that under the law in this state school officials may have a duty to protect students from... more
Written by attorney Jared E Everton, over 3 years ago.
In 2005, a sophomore at Hunters Lane High School in Nashville, Tennessee rode the bus home from school and was assaulted by two other students, leaving him with serious physical injuries.... more
Written by attorney Todd Kotler, almost 4 years ago.
In Gebser v. Lago Vista School District (1998), the Supreme Court held that one must prove the school district actually knew about an offense and refused to take corrective action, to... more
Written by attorney Jeffrey Hammerschmidt, almost 4 years ago.
Jason M. Medley, an attorney in Houston, Texas, has filed a libel suit against three middle-school students alleging that they posted a video
on Facebook which contained several... more
Written by attorney Cynthia Bamforth, 9 months ago.
Effective January 1, 2015, a California employer must include prevention of abusive conduct as a component of legally-mandated sexual harassment training and education. (Assembly Bill [AB]... more
Written by attorney Terry Scannell, 9 months ago.
Relatively new in the law are disputes which center around “cyber bulling”, “cyber stalking or harassment” and defamation about you or your business on the internet. Another subset of these... more
Written by attorney Peter Lamont, over 1 year ago.
A New Jersey school district will pay $75,000 to settle a claim it turned a blind eye to student bullying.
School officials dealt with the harassment by moderately punishing twelve students... more
Written by attorney Kyle J Bristow, over 2 years ago.
How To Deal With Juvenile School Bullies in Ohio: Strategies, Legal Theories, And Practical Skills
Kyle J. Bristow, Copyright 2012
I. What is Bullying?
According to the U.S. Centers for... more
Written by attorney Michael Harrington, over 4 years ago.
Among the new laws that go into force on New Year's Day 2011 is California Senate Bill 1411. The law is codified as Penal Code section 528.5 and is aimed at 'Cyber Bullies'. The bill was... more
Written by attorney Jefferey Lurner, over 5 years ago.
WHEN A DISPUTE ARISES, ACT IMMEDIATELY - DO NOT WAIT Contact an Attorney immediately. SPEAK TO AN ATTORNEY Do not take any action until you have spoken to an Attorney and you have had the... more