Language Has a Significant Impact When Dismissing a Formal Complaint
September 2, 2020
The Title IX Regulations are prescriptive regarding the situations in which a Formal Complaint MUST or MAY be dismissed. Sections 106.45(3)(i) and (ii) specifically define the provisions of such dismissals in the following manner:
Report of Sexual Harassment vs. Formal Complaint - Clarity and Transparency Matter
August 14, 2020
As Institutions and School Districts settle into life under the New 2020 Title IX Regulations with fresh policies and procedures, the work is just beginning. It is time to put those policies into practice.
Title IX professionals are feverishly working towards an overhaul of their sexual misconduct policies and procedures to meet the August 14th deadline set out by the Department of Education. Part of this analysis includes identifying the Title IX team (Investigators, Decision Makers, Informal Resolution Facilitators), who institutions are mandated to train under
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