gender bias, Title IX, sexual misconduct, gender gap

School’s Historical Treatment of Other Title IX Claims Used to Support an “Erroneous Outcome” Claim

Non-Compete Reform in Massachusetts: 2018 Could be the Year

Tax Act Could Impact Tax-Exempt Bonds

Unused Sick Time Does Not Count as “Wages” Under Massachusetts Law

“Industry on Tap: Breweries” Reports Employment Trends in the Brewing Industry

Tail Wags Dog Again: Retaliation Claim Survives Despite Dismissal of Harassment Claim


Court Finds Disability Must be Sole Reason for Firing

Federal Court Recognizes Cause of Action Against University Under Title IX For “Student-on-Student” Retaliation

New European Union Privacy Regulations Require Changes in Policies and Operations

Shortsighted Tax Policy: Senate and House Tax Reform Bills Would Increase Burdens on Universities and Students

Anti-Sexual Harassment Training: What Works and What Doesn’t

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