Satawa Law recently has won another Title IX hearing, as the office for title 9 and institutional equity at University in Western Michigan “unanimously determined that the preponderance of evidence does not support a finding that the responded engaged in sexual assault or sexual harassment.”Read More
While every case is different, we have developed a 10 step approach to winning that gets results, and most (sometimes not all) of these steps will be used in your case.
The client may have many decisions to make, guided by the advice of the attorney, but not controlled by that advice. Among those decisions are:
In many cases, it will be important to file motions or notices before trial, and to comply with time limits and other requirements for doing so. Although in some cases no motions are needed, there are hundreds of motions that potentially could be filed, depending of the circumstances of the case. The most commonly filed motions and notices include: