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Attorneys

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General

EEOC Charge Handling Process

Federal Coordination and Compliance Section from The Department of Justice

OCR Case Processing Manual (2015)

Doe v. University of Southern Mississippi, Dist. Court, SD Mississippi 2018

The NCHERM Group 2017 Whitepaper: Due Process and the Sex Police

Appeals Court: UM Must Allow Cross-Examination in Sex Assault Cases

District Court Orders Michigan to Hold Live Hearing

Rather Than Defend Title IX Procedures at Trial, Duke Settles with Accused Soccer Player

Open Letter Regarding Inequitable Victim-Centered Practices

UIUC Survives Due Process Challenge

Lawsuit Against Ole Miss and Preponderance Survives Motion to Dismiss

How Due Process Became a New Front in the Culture Wars

University of California Ordered to Pay Attorney Fees

ABA Task Force Recommends Due Process Protections in Campus Sexual Assault Investigations

The Takedown of Title IX

Oral Arguments in Denison Case

Matter of Doe v. Skidmore College

Deal Reached in Former Athlete’s Lawsuit Against CSU-Pueblo

Recommendations For Colleges And Universities In Resolving Allegations Of Campus Sexual Misconduct, American Bar Association, Criminal Justice Section Task Force On College Due Process Rights And Victim Protections

Campus Rape Policies as Law for All? Legal Group Says No

What a Landmark Finding in a Title IX Case Means for Colleges Wrestling With Sex Assault

Statutes

California State Law: Affirmative Consent

Institutional Security Policies and Crime Statistics

Jeanne Clery Act Text As Amended Through 2008

New York State Law: Affirmative Consent

Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 Regulations 34 CFR Part 104

The Equal Pay Act of 1963

The Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA) (20 U.S.C. § 1232g; 34 CFR Part 99)

The Pregnancy Discrimination Act of 1978

The Violence Against Women Act Title IV, sec. 40001-40703 of the Violent Crime Control and Law Enforcement Act of 1994, H.R. 3355, codified in part at 42 U.S.C. sections 13701 through 14040

Title II of the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990 Regulations 28 CFR Part 35

Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972 Regulations 34 C.F.R. Part 106

Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964

Violence Against Women Reauthorization Act of 2013

Proposed Legislation

Campus Accountability and Safety Act

Fair Campus Act of 2015

Hold Accountable and Lend Transparency on Campus Sexual Violence Act or the HALT Campus Sexual Violence Act

Safe Campus Act of 2015

Survivor Outreach and Support Campus Act or the SOS Campus Act

Title IX Liability

Burlington Northern & Santa Fe Ry. Co. v. White, 548 U.S. 53 (2006)

Cohen, D., Limiting Gebser: Institutional Liability For Non-Harassment Sex Discrimination Under Title IX (2004)

Doe vs. Regents Of The University of California San Diego (2015)

Garcetti v. Ceballos, 547 U.S. 410 (2006)

McCart, W.R., Simpson v. University of Colorado (2009)

Mock v. University of Tennessee at Chattanooga, No. 14-1687-II (2015)

Price Waterhouse v. Hopkins, 490 U.S. 228 (1989)

Robin K. Carlson, Comment, If You’ve Been Kissed, Who Do You Tell? Notice of Sexual Harassment Under a Title IX Claim (2002)

Thien Le, ed., Eighth Annual Review of Gender and Sexuality Law: Education Law Chapter: Sexual Harassment in Education (2007)

Representing the Accused

Due Process Lawsuits Against Colleges and Universities, from Boys and Men in Education Database

How to File a Charge of Employment Discrimination with the EEOC

How to File a Discrimination Complaint with the Office for Civil Rights

“More Men Fight College Allegations of Sexual Assault” by A. Jones

“New Factor in Campus Sexual Assault Cases: Counsel for the Accused” by A. Kaminer

“Suits From The Accused” by J. New

Doe v. University of Southern Mississippi, Dist. Court, SD Mississippi 2018

Christian Ayala, a/k/a John DOooe v. Butler University

John Doe vs. Belmont University

Thomas Rossley, Jr. vs. Drake University and Drake University Board of Trustees

John Doe. V. The University of Southern Mississippi

The NCHERM Group 2017 Whitepaper: Due Process and the Sex Police

Yale may have violated federal law by destroying notes in sexual-misconduct proceedings

Appeals Court: UM Must Allow Cross-Examination in Sex Assault Cases

ATIXA Position Statement on the Free Speech Rights of Individuals Involved in Sexual Misconduct Proceedings

Sixth Circuit: Can the University of Michigan “Set Up a Kangaroo Court?”

District Court Orders Michigan to Hold Live Hearing

Rather Than Defend Title IX Procedures at Trial, Duke Settles with Accused Soccer Player

Open Letter Regarding Inequitable Victim-Centered Practices

UIUC Survives Due Process Challenge

Lawsuit Against Ole Miss and Preponderance Survives Motion to Dismiss

Preliminary Injunction Issued Against UMichigan Process; John Doe vs. University of Michigan

Mutually Non-Consensual Sex

John, Mary & James Doe v. Trustees of Boston College

Federal Appeals Court Slaps Down Boston College for Dean Telling Title IX Adjudicators How to Rule

Judge Approves Anti-Male Bias Lawsuit Against University-In the Hearing Itself

How Due Process Became a New Front in the Culture Wars

University of California Ordered to Pay Attorney Fees

ABA Task Force Recommends Due Process Protections in Campus Sexual Assault Investigations

23 Cornell Law Professors File Appellate Amicus Brief AGAINST Cornell

Title IX Erroneous Outcome Claim Against Marymount Survives Motion to Dismiss

Lawsuit Against UMass System Dismissed

Pomona Student Awarded $255,000 on Attorney Fees

Muskingum University Loses Motion to Dismiss on Multi-Count Complaint

Duke settles long-running sexual misconduct lawsuit with Lewis McLeod

Oral Arguments in Denison Case

Penn Settles With Student Accused of Rape

READY, FIRE, AIM: How Universities Are Failing the Constitution in Sexual Assault Cases

Matter of Doe v. Skidmore College

Deal Reached in Former Athlete’s Lawsuit Against CSU-Pueblo

Allegheny College Settles With Student Peer Says Was Accused In Revenge For Not Dating Girl He Slept With

Judge rules San Diego State railroaded accused student by denying him adequate defense

Judge Sees Bias in College Action Against Alleged Rapist

LAWSUIT: Stanford Muzzled Student Accused of Rape and Tampered with His Statement

Doe v. University of Virginia (2016)

Doe v. Brandeis University

Court Says Male Defendant Accused of Sexual Assault Can Sue Under Title IX for Anti-Male Bias

Male Student: Columbia University Discriminated Against Me in Sex-Assault Case

Data Complicates Student's Claim That Columbia Is Biased Against Men In Sexual Assault Cases

Title IX Victory for Man Suing Over Sex Assault Finding

Another 'John Doe' Sues University Under Title IX, Alleges Gender and Racial Discrimination

Student Sues UC after Sexual Assault Accusation

What a Landmark Finding in a Title IX Case Means for Colleges Wrestling with Sex Assault

Students Accused of Sexual Misconduct Had Title IX Rights Violated by Wesley College

George Mason Student Accused in BDSM Sexual Affault Case Wins Rare Legal Victory

Wrongly accused of rape? Students question their expulsions from Tech

Families Advocating for Campus Equality - Influential Georgia Legislator Sues Obama Administration Over Unconstitutional Campus Sexual Assault Policies

Title IX Victory for Man Suing Over Sex Assault Finding For Attorneys-

Representing the Accuser

Attorney Practice Manual, Available from Victim Rights Law Center

Civil Rights Under Title IX Resource

How to File a Charge of Employment Discrimination with the EEOC

How to File a Discrimination Complaint with the Office for Civil Rights

“Justice is More Than Jail: Civil Legal Needs of Sexual Assault Victims” by. A. Kerrick

SurvJustice Legal and Counseling Assistance

Court: In Campus Sex Assault Case, Evidence of Victim’s Sexual History Should Have Been Allowed

If Trump Wants A War With Women, These Lawyers Are Ready For Battle

Representing the School

“A University’s Defense to a Title IX Gender Equity in Athletics Lawsuit: Congress Never Intended Gender Equity Based on Student Body Ratios” by Connolly, W. and Adelman, J.

Defending (and Winning) a Title IX Lawsuit, Training Available from NAUCA (members)

NACUA’s Legal Resources (for members)

A University's Defense to a Title IX Gender Equity in Athletics Lawsuit: Congress Never Intended Gender Equity Based on Student Body Ratios

Avoiding and Defending Retaliation Claims

Expert Witnesses

NCHERM Title IX Expert Witness Services

SurvJustice Expert Witness Services