BREAKING – FIRST REPORT: Lakewood BOE Attorney Michael Inzelbuch instructs School District to search for new Counsel

Lakewood Board of Education attorney Michael Inzelbuch has instructed the School District to seek a new attorney – indicating he may leave the job.

In a letter to the District this afternoon, Inzelbuch instructed the Board to put out an RFP (Request For Proposal) to seek counsel services.

“While I have accepted my reappointment for next year (2018-19), and am not waiving any and all rights and obligations of same, after giving more thought to the matter, and in an effort to further confirm that the best legal services for the district are secured, I am formally and respectfully requesting that the Board “go out for RFP “ for legal services for the 2018-19,” Inzelbuch wrote.

“I would ask that the RFP be immediately prepared by the State Monitor, County office, and Administration.”

Inzelbuch, who is paid approximately $600,000 annually, was targeted about his salary, though according to records he has been saving the district money given the lawsuits against them prior to his appointment.

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3 COMMENTS

  1. How was money saved? Did he litigate on behalf of the district? What is stopping another attorney from suing the district for whatever it was that Michael was suing for? Is the district actually providing the required services?

  2. Maybe if the child studey team did their job correctly there would not be so much suing. Then the BOE could save money by not having so many law suits

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