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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, Daniel C. Masakayan, Michele A. W. McKinnon, Micah B. Schwartz, Heidi E. Siegmund

7th Circuit Reopens COVID-19 Tuition and Fees Lawsuit

USA - August 2 2022 Students at Loyola University Chicago — like students at many institutions across the country — brought a putative class action suit against Loyola…

Sarah K. Wake

In the Weeds: Cannabis Clinical Trial Expands, Topicals Often Mislabeled, High Potency May Mean High Addiction

USA - July 27 2022 A pharmaceutical company focusing on the development of therapies to treat disorders of the central nervous system recently announced it has started…

Garrison B. Ambrose, Royce B. DuBiner, Katherine A. Gruner, Kate Waters Hardey, John E. Thomas Jr., Brian F. King, Monique Peña, Deepika Raj, Rebecca L. Rieckhoff

D.C. Will Protect Employees Who Use Recreational Cannabis

USA - July 20 2022 On July 13, 2022, Washington, D.C., Mayor Muriel Bowser signed new employment protections into law. Although currently unfunded, the Cannabis…

Royce B. DuBiner, Kate Waters Hardey, John E. Thomas Jr.

California Continues to Lead the Way on Collegiate Athletics Reform

USA - April 21 2022 The California State Senate’s education committee is set to vote on SB-1401, the College Athlete Race and Gender Equity Act, which would require…

Sarah K. Wake