The attorneys at Leasor Crass advise school districts in personnel and employment law throughout Texas. Some of these services include:

  • Review and draft employment contracts, including probationary, term and continuing contracts, superintendent contracts, etc.
  • Advise clients regarding reassignment, resignation, termination, non-renewal and separation agreements.
  • Represent and advise districts in employee claims of age discrimination, racial discrimination, sexual harassment, retaliation, violation of whistleblower law, wrongful termination, wage and hour issues, and breach of contract.
  • Represent school districts at all levels of personnel, student/parents, and public grievances.
  • Provide counsel regarding issues involving the Americans with Disabilities Act, the Family and Medical Leave Act, Fair Labor Standards Act, employment benefits, workers’ compensation, remediation, suspension, evaluation and appraisal, certification requirements, professional immunity, and responses to requests for information in an employee’s file.
  • Assist in investigations regarding the Office of Civil Rights, Texas Commission on Human Rights, and Equal Employment Opportunity Commission.
What our clients say

Great Service, Professional Staff

Leasor Crass has been an invaluable asset to Wylie Independent School District for 8 years. As a trusted advisor and reliable guide, the firm has consistently supported us through every challenge we’ve faced. Their common sense and pragmatic approach to the law have earned them greater trust with each passing year. We feel incredibly fortunate to have them represent our school district. With their ongoing support and guidance, we are confident in our ability to overcome any obstacle as we continue to strive for educational excellence.

– Dr. David Vinson, Superintendent, Wylie Independent School District

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July 11, 2023

House Bill 3 Strengthens School Safety and Security

House Bill 3 brings major changes to school safety, specifically requiring districts to strengthen active shooter policies and safety plans. Effective September 1, 2023, it is imperative that districts begin to review the new requirements of HB 3 to ensure policies and procedures are compliant in time for the upcoming school year. Security Officers/Facility Safety […]

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