JUDGE Allows Title IX Male Gender Bias Lawsuit Against Case Western To Proceed

In the midst of a national controversy over US Department of Education Title IX directives, a federal judge recently ruled to allow a male student’s Title IX lawsuit against Case Western Reserve University (CWRU) to move forward. The plaintiff, John Doe, was a sophomore at CWRU when he was wrongfully accused of sexual misconduct and suspended for three years.  CWRU failed to provide a fair and unbiased investigation of the encounter, resulting in the violation of Title IX and John Doe’s fourteenth amendment rights to due process.  The university failed to avoid conflicts of interest by having one employee pursue both the investigation and adjudication of John Doe; this Title IX staffer had written her doctoral dissertation on “The Dangerous Reality: Sexual Risk Taking Among College Women.”

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