Putting The New Title IX Rules Into Practice

Presented by Christina Lane, Esq., Maiello Brungo & Maiello LLP

Thursday, September 3, 2020
9:30 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.
Presented via Zoom

Cost: $30 per person for Tri-State Member district personnel
$45 per person for non-member district personnel
Invoices will be sent to designated billing contact for each registrant.

REGISTRATION CANCELLATION NOTICE: The organization listed on registration will be billed, regardless of attendance, unless we receive a cancellation notice at least THREE business days prior to the workshop. Recording of the session will be available afterwords for all registrants. Thank you for your understanding.


Title IX Workbook.docx
Prepared by Christina Lane

Presentation Slides.pptx
Presented by Christina Lane

This workshop will walk you through the new Title IX rules step-by-step. Beginning with the receipt of a report of alleged sexual harassment, assessment of the allegations and whether or not dismissal is warranted. Followed by the implementation of supportive measures to the complainant and respondent, notice of the formal grievance process including a review of all investigative steps, issuance of an investigative report and the final determination. Evidentiary considerations will be reviewed to include relevancy and privilege while discussing the importance of maintaining an impartial and objective grievance process.

Christina L. Lane
Senior Associate at Maiello Brungo & Maiello Attorneys at Law

Christina L. Lane is a Senior Associate with Maiello Brungo & Maiello and an accomplished school, municipal, labor and employment attorney with over fifteen years of experience in representing public sector employers. Ms. Lane concentrates her practice on education and employment law. She has considerable expertise in disability, employment and related litigation before administrative agencies such as the PHRC, EEOC, state and federal courts. In her practice, Christina places emphasis on working closely with key personnel concerning the legal responsibilities the public sector entity must provide to its student, employees, and community stakeholders.