Chuck Cagle

Chuck Cagle recently spoke at the Association of Independent and Municipal Schools’ (AIMS) state retreat on The Pitfalls of Purchasing Construction Services from a Purchasing Cooperative and on Problems Associated with Restraints for Special Education Students.  AIMS is an organization of public city and special school districts that was founded in 1992 to promote their development and improvement in Tennessee.  Chuck oversees the firm’s representation of over 70 public boards of education, two private schools, two private universities, and a private medical school in a variety of legal matters including employment issues related to both licensed and classified employees, employee and student discipline, employee and student rights, special education and disability accommodation, constitutional rights issues, sexual harassment and bullying issues, civil rights, desegregation, school system consolidation, tort liability, school system business practices, school funding, taxation, and school construction.

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