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The Chronicle, quoting Zalkind Law’s Emma Quinn-Judge, explains the significant negative effects of Harvard’s single-sex policy on women’s groups. Last month the firm filed a lawsuit against Harvard to protect all-female groups by seeking an injunction preventing Harvard from enforcing the sanctions policy. Read the article here:

https://www.chronicle.com/article/Harvard-Cracks-Down-on/245436

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Boston 25 News interviewed Attorneys David Duncan and Marty Rosenthal about a lawsuit against Sky Zone trampoline park in Massachusetts, in which they represent a plaintiff who suffered serious injuries while visiting the park. The interview was the result of an investigation into a pattern of similar injuries at Sky Zone trampoline parks across the state, many of which have sparked lawsuits. Watch the interview here.

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Zalkind Law’s Attorney David Russcol clarifies the myriad of misunderstandings surrounding the latest Title IX news. He makes sense of Betsy Devos’s “retreat” on Title IX – which is just the start of a process – and dispels some fears around what the future of Title IX might look like. Though DeVos has withdrawn the Dear Colleague Letter, she has not indicated what she intends to replace it with. Russcol offers some thoughts on the rulemaking process going forward, and encourages us to think of this as an opportunity to make things better for both accused students and those who have suffered from sexual misconduct. Read the article here.

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Zalkind Law’s Ruth O’Meara-Costello was quoted in the Boston Globe’s article regarding a recent lawsuit filed against the US Department of Education over interim policy guidance for Title IX cases. Read the article and Attorney O’Meara-Costello’s thoughts here.

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Vox.com interviews ZDB Attorney Naomi Shatz on new Title IX guidelines. Shatz praises elements of the new guidelines that provide more clarity and transparency to students, but notes there is still work to be done to ensure that schools adequately address hostile environments while respecting the rights of accused students. Read the full story here.

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