Celynda Brasher is Featured Presenter at MSBA 2007 Practical Personnel Law Workshop

Feb 9, 2007

Attorneys from Tueth Keeney are often in demand for their expertise in school law and employment matters. on February 9, 2007, Firm Shareholder Celynda Brasher will speak at the Missouri School Boards”™ Association (“MSBA”) 2007 Practical Personnel Law Workshop being held at the Capitol Plaza Hotel in Jefferson City, Missouri. Celynda’s presentation, entitled “What Should Be On Your Employment Applications and In Your Employee Contracts” focuses primarily on successfully responding to the various ethical and practical issues facing school administrators and school attorneys regarding employment applications and employee contracts.

The Missouri School Boards’ Association (“MSBA”) represents the leadership teams of school districts who are charged with shaping the educational programs of the public school students of Missouri. School board members provide policy and political leadership at the local, state, and national levels. MSBA’s mission is: Advancing Excellence in Public Education Through School Board Leadership. For more information on MSBA, please visit their website www.msbanet.org .

Celynda L. Brasher practices in the areas of education, labor and employment law. She represents school districts in employment and termination matters, student rights and discipline, special education, school finance, civil rights, contracts, church/state issues, and Hancock Amendment challenges. She also represents public and private employers in discrimination defense, union organization, unemployment compensation, wage/hour compliance and terminations. Celynda has litigation experience in state and federal courts and administrative agencies. Celynda is a founding Shareholder of the Firm.

Tueth Keeney maintains the largest education practice in Missouri, advising and representing public school districts in all parts of the state. The Firm also defends school-related lawsuits in federal and state courts throughout Missouri on behalf of MUSIC and several other educational insurers