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U.S. Supreme Court Overrules Precedent And Opens the Federal Court Door to Takings Lawsuits Before Exhaustion of State Law Just Compensation Remedies

The Supreme Court of the United States held in Knick v. Township of Scott that plaintiffs claiming a local government action has interfered with their use of property may bring their constitutional "takings lawsuit" under 42 U.S.C. section 1983 directly in federal court, and before exhausting other related state law remedies....

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What should I do if I learn of a Title IX issue?

Lozano Smith attorney Michelle Cannon answers the question: "What should I do if I learn of a Title IX issue?"

What are the duties of Responsible Employees?

The all-important topic of sexual harassment has taken center stage on a national level, and school districts are faced with exceedingly high obligations for addressing claims of sexual misconduct under Title IX. To help school district leaders address Title IX requirements and obligations, Lozano Smith has developed this Title IX compliance video series. Lozano Smith’s attorney, Michelle Cannon, kicks off part one.

Are schools required to offer support services to the parties involved in a Title IX complaint?

Lozano Smith attorney Stephanie White answers the question: "Are schools required to offer support services to the parties involved in a Title IX complaint?"