Clark Hill Attorney Erin C. Galbally Interviewed by Bloomberg BNA
PHILADELPHIA, PA – Clark Hill senior attorney Erin C. Galbally, a certified Title IX investigator, was interviewed by Bloomberg BNA’s Daily Labor Report on June 15, 2017 for the article, Pianist in Tune with Retaliation Allegations Against Professor. Galbally offers insight into a case regarding an award-winning pianist’s retaliation allegations against his former professor at a prominent music school. She addresses the issues of specificity in retaliation claims and the rarity of the pianist’s circumstances.
Galbally has extensive experience working with educational clients facing investigations and with training administrators, educators, and students on Title IX issues. She is also well-versed in the areas of employer-employee relationships, workplace investigations, and employee discipline. To view the article in its entirety, click here.
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