• Sexual Assault and Misconduct
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  • Higher Ed
  • K-12

Unpacking the Final Title IX Regulations, Part 2: More Q&A With Josh Richards

1:02:47 minutes
July 2020

About This Webinar

Learn more details about the final Title IX regulations the Department of Education issued in May 2020. This program follows a Q&A format to address questions about the final regulations.

Among the questions addressed:

  • Under the regulations, can the process for employees, particularly tenured faculty who are named as respondents by students, be different from the process for student-on-student cases as long as it includes a hearing with cross-examination?
  • How do institutions balance conflicts between state laws and the regulations with respect to notice and the obligation to respond to allegations of sexual misconduct?
  • Would domestic violence or stalking that is not sex-based fall under Title IX? And if it occurs at a location that is not controlled by the institution, does that mean the school has no obligation to offer supportive measures?

Title IX Coordinators, Investigators, and other personnel should listen, as should Student Affairs/Residence Life staff, Legal Counsel, Risk Managers, and Administrators.

Moderated by Hillary Pettegrew, Senior Risk Management Counsel, United Educators.

Presentation Materials

About This Webinar

Learn more details about the final Title IX regulations the Department of Education issued in May 2020. This program follows a Q&A format to address questions about the final regulations.

Among the questions addressed:

  • Under the regulations, can the process for employees, particularly tenured faculty who are named as respondents by students, be different from the process for student-on-student cases as long as it includes a hearing with cross-examination?
  • How do institutions balance conflicts between state laws and the regulations with respect to notice and the obligation to respond to allegations of sexual misconduct?
  • Would domestic violence or stalking that is not sex-based fall under Title IX? And if it occurs at a location that is not controlled by the institution, does that mean the school has no obligation to offer supportive measures?

Title IX Coordinators, Investigators, and other personnel should listen, as should Student Affairs/Residence Life staff, Legal Counsel, Risk Managers, and Administrators.

Moderated by Hillary Pettegrew, Senior Risk Management Counsel, United Educators.