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Recent Court Opinions Suggest Independent Schools May Be Subject to Title IX

USA - August 10 2022 Historically, most independent schools have not been subject to Title IX of the Education Amendments Act of 1972 because they do not accept federal…

Bradley A. Ridlehoover, Michele A. W. McKinnon, Micah B. Schwartz, Heidi E. Siegmund, Farnaz Farkish Thompson

Virginia Revokes COVID-19 Safety Regulations

USA - March 23 2022 On March 21, 2022, the Virginia Safety and Health Codes Board rescinded the commonwealth’s COVID-19 workplace safety regulations, the first…

John E. Thomas Jr., Dana Rust, Frederick H. Schutt, Micah B. Schwartz, Amy Morrissey Turk

Decision on Race-Based Admissions in K-12 May Serve as National Guide

USA - March 4 2022 On Jan. 24, 2022, the U.S. Supreme Court agreed to hear two cases on the use of race in undergraduate admissions. Just one month later, federal…

John S. Moran, Farnaz Farkish Thompson

Title IX Updates: From Court Decisions to Q&As From the Office for Civil Rights

USA - August 31 2021 Schools should be aware of several notable developments in the application and enforcement of Title IX. These developments include a federal decision…

Amy Morrissey Turk

More Changes to College Athlete Compensation

USA - July 1 2021 Less than two weeks after the U.S. Supreme Court’s significant decision in NCAA v. Alston, college athletes secured yet another win in their…

Micah B. Schwartz, Farnaz Farkish Thompson, R. Craig Wood