Clark Hill Attorney Erin Galbally Quoted in Bloomberg Regarding Sex Discrimination
PHILADELPHIA, PA – Clark Hill attorney Erin C. Galbally, Senior Attorney in Clark Hill’s Labor & Employment practice group, was recently quoted in an article titled “Is Your Business Covered by Sex Bias Provisions of Title IX?” in Bloomberg. Click here to read the article.
Galbally is a Level II ATXIA certified Title IX investigator. She objectively steers educational clients through the investigatory process and the evolving and complicated reporting requirements mandated under the law. She handles investigations from start to finish for K-12 schools and institutions of higher learning. Additionally, Galbally trains administrators, educators, and students on Title IX issues and works with designated Title IX coordinators to ensure compliance. She is a certified Title IX investigator having successfully completed Level I and Level II training through the Association of Title IX Administrators (ATIXIA). Galbally is admitted to practice law in Pennsylvania and New Jersey.
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