The Crossover Between Family Law and Education Law

PK Law Member, Rochelle Eisenberg wrote an article that was published in the March edition of the Maryland Bar Journal.  The article entitled, “The Crossover between Family Law and Education Law” offers a well thought and insightful look at the two areas of law from the perspective of an attorney who has over 25 years of experience in the practice of law. 

Ms. Eisenberg is a Member of PK Law and is part of the firm’s well recognized Labor and Education Group.  She has extensive experience representing  private and public sector clients on behalf of management with experience before federal and state courts, the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, various state and city human relations commissions (employment and fair housing cases), National Labor Relations Board, Office of Federal Contract Compliance Programs, Maryland State Board of Education, Office of Administrative Hearings, and other administrative agencies.

Her experience also includes representation of colleges and universities, Superintendents and/or local boards of education in Allegany, Baltimore City, Baltimore County, Caroline, Carroll, Cecil, Charles, Dorchester, Garrett, Howard, Kent, Queen Anne’s, St. Mary’s, Somerset, Talbot, Washington and Worcester Counties and others.  She has had involvement in all areas of special education and the education of students with disabilities (including attendance at IEP and 504 meetings, mediations, hearings, federal and state court litigation); regular involvement with issues dealing with student rights and discipline, student services issues, abuse investigations, all facets of employment law, collective bargaining, impasse arbitration, First Amendment cases, wage and hour matters, contract interpretation, the handling of arbitrations and mediations, and drafting legislation.