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Maryland Federal Court Rejects Catholic Archdiocese Efforts to Dismiss Title IX Retaliation Case for Reporting Sex Abuse at Archbishop Curley High School

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Correia & Puth Continues Former Librarian’s Title IX Retaliation Claim Alleging She Was Fired For Reporting Sex Between Teacher and Student Baltimore, Maryland (March 4, 2016) – A federal court in Maryland rejected efforts by the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Baltimore …

Court Declines Motion to Protect Names in Tenure Denial Case

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By: Luca F. Schroeder, The Harvard Crimson, March 1, 2016 An ongoing lawsuit that alleges Harvard discriminated against a former associate professor on the basis of gender has now provoked a broader dispute about the confidentiality of the University’s tenure …

Ruling Opens Tenure Process to Discovery

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By: Eric T. Berkman, Massachusetts Lawyers weekly, February 24, 2016 A federal judge has found that a professor who sued Harvard University for sex discrimination and retaliation after being denied tenure was entitled to discovery of materials relating to specific …

Obama Administration Announces New Actions to Advance Equal Pay

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On the seventh anniversary of the Lilly Ledbetter Fair Pay Act, President Obama and the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) announced new actions to advance equal pay for equal work. President Obama, EEOC Chair Jenny Yang, and EEOC Commissioner …

Campus Sexual Assault and Retaliation

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Last week CNN published an article highlighting retaliation against university employees who take a stand for their students when rights under Title IX are being violated. It tells the story of Jennifer Morlok, who landed her dream job at University …

Forced Arbitration

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The New York Times recently published a three-part series on arbitration called “Beware the Fine Print.” The second installment of this important three part series shared the story of Dr. Deborah Pierce’s experience with arbitration. An emergency room doctor in …

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