Doe v. Regents of the University of California, 28 Cal.App.5th 44 (2018)
11/18/2018Credibility determinations require effective cross-examination.
Doe v. Baum 903 F.3d 575 (2018)
11/12/2018Due process requires a hearing and opportunity to cross-examine witnesses.
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11/09/2018CATEGORY: Civil Litigation
Doe v. Baylor Univ., 2018 U.S. Dist. LEXIS 169710 (W.D. Tex. Sep. 29, 2018)
09/29/2018Baylor University accused of intentionally discriminating against female students.
Plaintiffs alleged that Baylor had a policy of intentional discrimination where they discouraged victims from reporting their assaults; failed to adequately investigate assaults; misled and lied about options for reporting and accommodations; and obstructed access to medical and mental health treatment.CATEGORY: Discrimination
Doe v. The University of Southern Mississippi, Case 2:18-cv-0015-KS-MTP (S.D. Miss. Sep. 26, 2018)
09/26/2018Lack of opportunity to cross-examine witnesses likely a violation of due process.
University of Southern Mississippi ordered to immediately reinstate John Doe as a student in good standing after showing a substantial likelihood the lack of a live hearing with no cross-examination violated due process.
Doe v. Amherst College, 238 F.Supp3d 195 (D. Mass.2017).
12/01/2017Investigation failed to seek out exculpatory evidence.CATEGORY: Civil Litigation
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