College Faculty & Staff Title IX Defense Attorney
Get 30+ Years’ of Experience on Your Side
Since Title IX proceedings involving faculty can include a school employee or a temporary worker as a respondent, there are numerous potential roads that may apply with respect to procedural guidelines or potential rights accessible to the accused, including tenure policies, faculty discipline policies, and employment agreements. In addition, faculty respondents may also have a right to file employment-related grievances.
If you are an administration official, faculty member or staff person at a college or university accused of campus-related a Title IX misconduct, contact us at (737) 200-2332 today to schedule a consultation and learn about your legal options.
Common Types of Title IX Allegations Against College Faculty and Staff
Title IX complaints include a variety of allegations, some of the most common types of allegations made against college faculty and staff we see are:
- Sexual Harassment
- Sexual Misconduct or Assault
- Sex or Gender Discrimination
If you have been accused of any of the following, it is imperative you seek counsel from the experienced Title IX defense attorneys at Parisi, Coan & Saccocio, PLLC.
Consequences of a TItle IX Accusation
Faculty and staff members including, coaches, professors, teaching assistants, and graduate assistants, accused of sexual assault, sexual harassment, and other alleged Title IX offenses can face long lasting impacts on their lives and careers. Title IX cases can permanently damage professional reputations and put tenured positions at risk, and therefore require unique legal advice encompassing the legal issues associated with Title IX law and employment law.
How Our Firm Can Help You
Parisi, Coan & Saccocio, PLLC works to protect the respondent’s career and reputation. Our firm does not condone any form of sexual harassment, sexual assault, dating or domestic violence. Nor does Parisi, Coan & Saccocio, PLLC condone unfair and unjust investigations or tribunals that deprive accused persons of fundamental due process rights. We are lawyers who protect your rights and demand that any system that adjudicates accused persons does so in a fair, unbiased and transparent manner.
Attorney Patrick Saccocio is a trial attorney who is experienced in representing those charged criminally with alleged acts of dating/domestic violence, those charged with violating federal and state anti-discrimination laws (Title VII and state equivalent), and is experienced in both state and federal court practice.
Ready to Protect Your Rights and Reputation Today
Attorney John Saccocio is special counsel for the Title IX department of Parisi, Coan & Saccocio, PLLC. He has been a practicing attorney since 1989 and has focused his practice on labor and employment law issues, including collective bargaining, contract grievances, administrative proceedings, arbitration, disciplinary proceedings, improper employer practices, and litigation.
For more information about our experienced legal services, contact us today at (737) 200-2332 to let us get started on your defense.