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Deciding When to Assign Separate Counsel for Public Human Service Agency Co-Defendants.
(American Bar Association, 2016-12)
"Failure to Train" lawsuits against Departments of Human Services.
(American Bar Association, 2013-11)
Of the legal theories pursued against state departments of human services and their child welfare agencies,1 “failure to train” theories are often pled but rarely prevail. The theory is often raised in boilerplate ...
How to Minimize Group Home Liability.
(American Bar Association, 2016-06)
Attorneys who represent group homes face many challenging situ-ations. For attorneys who represent children or families in litigation against group homes, many issues may arise. When defending a group home in litigation, ...
Meeting the Challenge of Child Maltreatment in Rural Areas.
(American Bar Association, 2015-03)
Data shows child maltreatment reports are higher in rural than urban areas. This suggests rural practitioners may be more likely to encounter children who are victims of maltreatment. This is true regardless of ...
The Growing Use of State Child Welfare Report Cards: What Attorneys Should Know.
(American Bar Association, 2017-09)
State child welfare agencies are facing increasing accountability of their performance. Private foundations and other organizations have issued report cards on the well-being of a state’s children and its children’s services. ...
The Role of Claims Adjuster and Defense Counsel in Human Service Litigation.
(American Public Human Services Association-APHSA, 2016-02)
Because these organizations tend to have unique and diverse coverage needs, insurance for human service corporations is considered a specialty area. The traditional tripartite relationship between the insurance company, ...