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Ninth Circuit Adopts “Far Simpler” Standard for Title IX Claims: Student’s Case May Proceed to Discovery When Alleged Facts Raise “Plausible Inference” That University Discriminated on Basis of Sex

USA - August 4 2020 Last week we highlighted the need for fairness in college and university Disciplinary proceedings involving sexual misconduct allegations, as the…

Andrew S. Boutros, Nicolle L. Jacoby, David N. Kelley

U.S. Federal Court of Appeals Confirms that Schools Must Provide Fair Process in School Disciplinary Proceedings—No Ifs, Ands, or Buts

USA - July 28 2020 The Sixth Circuit’s Doe v. Oberlin College decision confirms that in college and university Disciplinary cases, fair processes…

Andrew S. Boutros, Nicolle L. Jacoby, David N. Kelley

DC Circuit Rejects Key FCC Interpretations of the Telephone Consumer Protection Act

USA - March 23 2018 In a decision that businesses hope will reign in liability for commercial calls to consumers, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the D.C. Circuit…

D. Brett Kohlhofer, Lily A. North, Christina Guerola Sarchio