A rebuttable presumption is when a fact is presumed to be true in a court case until it is disproved. For example, if a person presents an alibi for a crime, it is presumed to be true unless it is later proved to be untrue. Whether or not a rebuttable presumption is proven to be true often has major implications in a lawsuit.
Jeffrey Wade focuses his practice on public entity, employment and education law. Jeffrey works closely with Risk Managers, Superintendents and Human Resource managers of our K-12 clients. He is a seasoned litigator in matters ranging from employment matters, general tort litigation, negligent supervision and premises liability. Jeffrey’s litigation background affords him hands-on knowledge when advising and guiding his K-12 clients on matters of risk-aversion. He also has experience and knowledge of the Brown Act, the Tort Claim Act, Public Records request and Governmental Immunities afforded to K-12 districts.
Jeffrey has acted as advisory counsel to several K-12 Districts and has worked with school districts on lay-off issues, joint use agreements, developing board polices and regulations, as well as day-to-day issues that confront school districts. He has also presented at seminars on school law issues.
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