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Dayton Chapter of the Federal Bar Association Selects Anne Keeton As New Board Member

Anne Keeton has been selected to serve on the Board of Directors for the Dayton Chapter of the Federal Bar Association. The mission of the Dayton Chapter of the FBA is to advance the profession and science of jurisprudence and to … Continue reading
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Appellate Victory – School Law

On March 28, 2014, the Second District Court of Appeals affirmed summary judgment in favor of a high school nurse and assistant principal sued by a student and her family. S&W Attorneys Nick Subashi and Anne Keeton defended the school … Continue reading
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Presentation on School Safety Plans

On March 28, 2014, Nick Subashi spoke at the Ohio School Board Association’s Cyberlaw Seminar.  He discussed Ohio’s requirements for school safety and crisis management plans and how schools can be made safer through the use of technology. SeeMaking Schools … Continue reading
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School Safety Plans: In Brief

By: Anne Keeton, Esq. Ohio law requires that the boards of education of all public schools and chartered non-public schools develop a comprehensive school safety plan and floor plan for each school building under the board of education’s jurisdiction or … Continue reading
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Women’s Board

Anne Keeton has been selected to serve on the Women’s Board of Dayton Children’s Hospital.  Founded in 1964, the Women’s Board has raised nearly $2.5 million for various projects at Dayton Children’s, including the Soin Pediatric Trauma and Emergency Center … Continue reading
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Education Law: Days to Hours

Reminder: Days To Hours Requirement By Tabitha Justice, Esq. Beginning in the 2014-2015 school year, school districts are required to comply with minimum hours of instruction instead of a minimum number of days each school year.  R.C. § 3313.48.  This … Continue reading
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Education Law: School Bus Drivers

Recent Case Development: School Bus Drivers by Brian Wildermuth, Esq.  The First District Court of Appeals (Cincinnati) recently decided an important case adversely to school districts (and school bus drivers).  Sallee v. Watts, 2014-Ohio-717. In Sallee, a first grade student … Continue reading
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Congratulations to Anne Keeton

Congratulations to Attorney Anne Keeton who was named one of Dayton’s “40 under 40″ for 2014 by the Dayton Business Journal!  This is one of the region’s top awards for young professionals. Anne’s husband, Mark Keeton, was also named a winner of … Continue reading
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Community Service

The S&W team has engaged in significant volunteer efforts over the last few weeks and hope to encourage others to do the same. Attorney Tabitha Justice volunteered at the OCLRE’s state mock trial competition for high school students on March 6th.  … Continue reading
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Insurance Law: Arson Investigations

Does an “Undetermined” Fire Cause Classification Preclude an Arson Defense? By Brian L. Wildermuth, Esq. You just got off the phone with the cause and origin investigator who was hired to investigate a suspicious insurance claim.  You went through the … Continue reading
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Wills for Heroes

The Dayton Bar Association will offer free wills and other estate planning documents to area emergency personnel in Huber Heights on March 8, 2014.  They are still looking for additional attorney volunteers. Contact Tabitha Justice or Lauren Epperley at S&W … Continue reading
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Wildermuth to become Ohio State Bar Foundation Fellow

S&W is pleased to announce that Brian Wildermuth has been selected to be a Fellow of the Ohio State Bar Foundation (OSBF). The OSBF is the charitable affiliate of the Ohio State Bar Association.  The OSBF gives grants, addresses specific … Continue reading
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Special Education Law: Parental Requests for an IEP Meeting

By Anne Keeton and Drew Rudloff The student’s annual review is months away.  The IEP has been followed to the letter.  And, all of the data shows good educational progress.  Then, an unusual number of e-mails start filling your inbox … Continue reading
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Special Education Law: A Reminder about ODE-OEC Memo #2013-1 and the Ripples

By Andrew E. Rudloff Late last year, the Office for Exceptional Children (“OEC”) distributed ODE-OEC Memo #2013-1.  The OEC detailed an immediate change, explaining that an IEP for a student no longer meets the definition of prior written notice.  As … Continue reading
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Volunteers Welcome

S&W believes that attorneys are obligated to give back to the community. Throughout the year, we participate in numerous volunteer activities – some related to the law and some not. On Sunday, February 16th, Attorney Lauren Epperley made a meal for … Continue reading
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