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Johnson & Cassidy previously provided insights about a federal Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals decision that addressed the obligations of public universities and colleges during Title IX sexual misconduct investigations.[1]  The Sixth Circuit recently revisited that topic in its decision in John Doe v. David H. Baum, a case arising from the University of Michigan.[2]  […]

Johnson & Cassidy is pleased to announce that Firm partner Sean Johnson has been selected by his peers for inclusion in the 25th Edition of The Best Lawyers in America© for 2019 in the practices areas of Commercial Litigation, Litigation – Banking and Finance, and Litigation – Securities.  This is the third year in a row that […]

Corporate entities under-utilize a valuable tool that remains available to protect their shareholders, partners, owners and others with an interest in the corporate form – the deemed offer to sell provision or a provision addressing the “involuntary transfer” of an interest in a corporate or other business entity.  This provision can enhance the protections available, […]

For the fourth year in a row, team Johnson & Cassidy stifled the competition, emerging victorious in the 2018 Gasparilla Distance Classic Half Marathon Open Team Challenge.  The team challenge has seen a growing number of competitive entries each year, and 2018 was no exception.  Nonetheless, the Johnson & Cassidy runners battled through unseasonably warm […]

The federal Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals issued a decision on February 9, 2018 that highlights the many challenges currently facing public universities and colleges’ efforts to comply with Title IX.[1] In John Doe v. Miami University, the Court held that a male student’s lawsuit against Miami University in Ohio and an individual administrator relating […]