Change in Classification May Merit Attorney’s Fees

Change in Child’s Classification Qualifies Parents As Prevailing Party Posted on June 17, 2010 by kamorofflaw.com The U.S. Court of Appeals for the 9th Circuit held that the change in a student’s classification was sufficient to confer prevailing party status on the parents, even in light of of the fact that the student received appropriate […]

Should I pay GC Services?

40509.5 hold lawyer Mark A. Gallagher

Every day I have people tell me that they got a price from GC Services (the collections agency for traffic cases in LA County) to buy back their license.  If you learn anything from reading this blog, please learn that the collection agency does not have the power to give you a driver’s license at […]

Orange County Special Education Lawyer

I’m another California Lawyer, who happens to be friends with the lawyer who runs this site (props to the first wave reference). I run a boutique law office in Orange County, where we primarily focus on Special Education Law. As such, from time to time I’ll be adding information related to Special Education Law, and […]