The Massachusetts Department of Public Health (“DPH”) announced that flu shots will be required for all students in daycare, ...
Tamkin & Hochberg, LLP is pleased to announce that its associate, Peter S. Farrell, was named to the 2020 edition of Massachusetts Super Lawyers® in the area of special education law.
Attorney Peter Farrell reviews and synthesizes US DOE and Massachusetts DESE recommendations on the migration to a remote/distance learning environment with particular emphasis on the view point of families of children with special needs, who are on an IEP or 504 plan and some of the recommendations for general education in this unprecedented time. He addresses common questions on every parent's mind during the COVID-19 outbreak and remote learning and takes on an honest assessment of these recommendations in light of existing federal and state special education, disability and anti-discrimination laws.
Tamkin & Hochberg attorney, Peter Farrell, was featured as a guest speaker at the National Business Institute in Boston, Massachusetts where he presented on Special Education Law A to Z.
May 10, 2017, 5:30 p.m. Boston Bar Association, 16 Beacon Street, Boston, MA 02108 Peter S. Farrell, Esquire – ...
Representing families of students with disabilities and those who have no disabilities in matters involving both public and private education.
Many probate attorneys, although highly skilled in the probate and estate area, find themselves overwhelmed when a matter is contested. At Tamkin & Hochberg, we have extensive experience assisting individuals with contentious matters.
Whether a client litigant is a business or an individual, plaintiff or defendant, the litigation department at Tamkin & Hochberg can provide capable and zealous representation of client interests.
Advising non-profit organizations in such areas as formation and incorporation, board governance and structure, tax exemption issues, lobbying and political activities, state regulatory and bonding requirements and annual corporate and tax reporting.