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Need the School District turn over investigative materials to the union?

Contrary to common belief, unions are generally not entitled to witness statements and administrators’ interview notes created during the investigation of alleged employee misconduct resulting in disciplinary action. Although unions frequently demand, and employers provide, such investigatory documents, absent express contract language requiring disclosure, an employer is not legally required to do so.

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ATTORNEY SPOTLIGHT

Jason H. Harrison

  • What was the first sporting event you ever attended?

Indianapolis 500 in 1975 when we lived there. My father was promoted and assigned to this city while working at IBM, I was four years old.

  • What do you enjoy most about being a lawyer?

My favorite part of being a lawyer is helping people, whether it be my family, members of my church or, of course, education clients. The intellectual stimulation is incredible when dissecting a client’s objectives for the school district and students, the law, and potential solutions.

  • Why did you choose education/school law as your preferred practice area?

The most important issue facing America is the education of our youth. I am privileged to practice law in this specialization because of the unique opportunity to work with school districts, Superintendents, Principals, Teachers and Students… because I would not be the lawyer I am without these very people, my parents, and the Teachers of the Detroit Public Schools that educated me.

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