In May 2020, the U.S. Department of Education released the new Title IX regulations. These regulations took effect on August 14, 2020 and included some significant and substantial changes from prior Title IX practices.
This fast-paced two hour seminar will provide you with a refresher about “what you need to know” about the Title IX regulations, update you on the status of the proposed revisions to these regulations, provide practical tips for conducting Title IX investigations, and will help you identify potential risk, implement preventative measures, equip you to intervene in, respond to, and remediate incidents of sex-based discrimination and harassment.
Alison M. Minutelli
Alison joined Wadleigh Starr in 2005. Her primary practice area is in the field of school law, and she represents school districts throughout the state on a variety of issues, including federal and state special education law and general education matters. She advises school districts on all aspects of Title IX compliance and is the author and co-author of numerous articles in the field of school law. Alison has also lectured on numerous topics within the field of school law, including, but not limited to, Title IX, special education, Section 504 and other anti-discrimination laws, FERPA, and the Right-to-Know law. Alison is a member of the New Hampshire Bar Association and the New Hampshire Council of School Attorneys. She currently serves as the President of the New Hampshire Council of School Attorneys.
Dean B. Eggert
Dean resides in the Town of Bow with his wife Cheryl. As an attorney he has extensive experience representing school districts in the areas of general school law and federal special education law. Dean served as legal counsel for the City of Manchester School District from 1985 to 2008. Today he represents numerous school districts throughout the state. Dean has authored numerous articles in the field of school law and speaks both locally and nationally on federal special education law and other school law issues. He has been selected as Lawyer of the Year in the field of education law and has served as president of the New Hampshire Council of School Attorneys. He is certified as a mediator and has served as a court-appointed mediator in over 80 cases. He is AV rated and has been selected by his peers for the past few years as one the Best Lawyers in America in the field of education and municipal law.
Dean has served on a number of nonprofit boards and is active in local, national and global relief projects. He earned a BA in Communications from Wheaton College and received his JD from the University of California at Los Angeles where he served as a member of the UCLA Law Review from 1983-1985.
He is admitted to practice law in New Hampshire, the United States District Court, District of New Hampshire, the First Circuit Court of Appeal, and the Supreme Court of the United States. He has tried numerous cases, has argued before the New Hampshire Supreme Court, the First Circuit Court of Appeal and has successfully defended two cases appealed to the Supreme Court of the United States.
He has served on the board of his church and the board of a private school. He currently serves on the Board of Good Soil Partners and assists in formulating the vision and direction for the organization in Malawi. He is a veteran of eleven trips to Malawi, Africa where he works with Good Soil in providing scholarships and leadership training to secondary and post-secondary students.
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