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Judge Allows Title IX Retaliation, Breach-of-Contract Claims Against University of New England to Go Forward

A district court judge is allowing claims of Title IX retaliation and breach of contract to continue in a former student’s lawsuit alleging that the University of New England wrongly portrayed him as a threat on campus following his complaint of unwanted sexual advances from a professor.         Click Here To Read The Full Article

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4th Circ.'s Property Interest Holding Leads to Dismissal of Trespass Claims Against Sheriff Ahead of Trial

After the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit held in 2020 that a family lacked a property interest in their recently foreclosed home sold at auction, a Virginia district court judge subsequently held that the plaintiffs cannot maintain a trespass actions against the county sheriff.         Click Here To Read The Full Article

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