Sanghavi Law Office can assist you by serving as hearing officers and decision-makers, conducting internal investigations, serving as advisors for hearings, reviewing and updating current policies and procedures, conducting audits, conducting climate assessments, providing trainings, and providing day-to-day guidance on discrimination and civil rights issues.
Workplace Discrimination Investigations
Policy and Procedures Review & Consultations
Sanghavi Law Office can assist you in matters involving race, sex, and disability discrimination by:
- Conducting internal investigations, including investigations involving campus police, administrators, faculty members, staff members, and students
- Providing services as decision-makers
- Providing services as hearing officers
- Providing mediation services
- Reviewing and updating current policies and procedures
- Conducting audits of discrimination policies and complaint procedures, including race-based policies and procedures, and Title IX policies and procedures
- Conducting climate assessments
- Providing trainings to administrators, faculty members, and staff members
- Providing day-to-day guidance on discrimination and civil rights issues in schools
New Title IX Regulations
The Department of Education’s 2020 Title IX regulations – with an effective date of August 14, 2020 - made changes that impact how schools structure their Title IX processes.
The attorneys at Sanghavi Law Office have significant, relevant experience to assist schools with their responsibilities under these regulations.
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Meet Our Team
Dedicated to helping organizations, including schools, comply with harassment and discrimination laws.
We honed our investigatory skills and substantive knowledge of education and civil rights law while working at the U.S. Department of Education, Office for Civil Rights and other divisions of state and local government, institutions of higher education, and not-for-profit organizations. We look forward to putting our diverse and wide-ranging experience to work for you.
Some of the types of questions that you might have are:
What steps does your organization need to take to evaluate its compliance with Title IX, Title VII, Title VI, Section 504/ADA, and other legal requirements related to discrimination and harassment?
What kind of sexual harassment and discrimination training should you provide to employees generally, and is there specific training suggested for managers?
You have just received notice from OCR, MCAD, or the EEOC regarding a complaint filed against your organization. What do you need to do?
An employee has filed an internal complaint against another employee. What interim measures do you need to put in place?
You have appointed new members to an appeal panel for internal grievance procedures. What training do they need?
What steps does your organization need to take to evaluate its compliance with disability laws?
A community member has complained that a joke posted on your organization’s social media page was racially offensive. How should you respond?
A college student filled out an accommodation request form for extended time on tests but now refuses to meet with the appropriate staff person to discuss required documentation. What are the school's responsibilities?
An employee has notified you that she is pregnant. What steps are required to comply with pregnancy accommodations laws?