The law firm of Frazer & Feldman, LLP, is comprised of 10 attorneys devoted to the representation of boards of education. Our offices are located in Garden City, New York. We are uniquely positioned to serve the needs of public school districts, in that we are large enough to handle any legal issue yet small enough to provide the responsiveness and personal attention expected from Board counsel. We are not a general practice firm representing 40-50 school districts which might not have the time to devote to your specific needs. Our legal staff is devoted to providing general and labor counsel services to our 16 school districts and two special act school district clients.
One overriding principle of our firm is that we believe it is wiser and more cost effective to keep our clients out of trouble than it is to get them out of trouble once they have acted. We do this by maintaining a close working relationship with our clients, brainstorming with them about their most difficult decisions, providing our input before they act, and providing regular updates about changes in the law that require their immediate attention. We take pride in the fact that our client relationships are generally of long duration, which we attribute to our firm's responsiveness and prudent counsel.
Frazer & Feldman has an established record of excellence and is consistently recognized as one of the preeminent law firms in our practice areas. We were recently profiled in New York Magazine's 2012 edition of its "New York Area's Top Rated Lawyers" publication as a featured firm in the areas of Education and Labor & Employment Law and our founding principals, Florence Frazer and Jacob Feldman, are consistently included in numerous lists of top rated attorneys in their fields.
Wednesday, January 9, 2013
10:00AM to 12:30PM
At the offices of Frazer & Feldman, LLP
Please contact our Office Manager, Chris Slattery 516-742-7777, if you plan to attend.
Our attorneys made presentations on the following topics:
"Dignity for All Students Act (DASA): Rights, Responsibilities, and Ramifications"
"Annual Special Education Update"
"Fiscal Management in Challenging Times: Procuring and Developing Alternate Revenue Resources, Shared/Consolidated Services, Etc."
"Living with the Tax Levy Limit - Tax Cap Part II"
Please contact us for presentation outlines or further information on the above.