No matter the case, we’re dedicated to finding the best possible outcome. While we can’t guarantee a particular result, we’ll fight for you at every turn and with our experience, we’ve likely handled a case like yours.
Our client, a professor, was accused of retaliating against a student in a Title IX investigation after suing the University for suspending him without affording himself due process and suspending him in violation of Title IX. The student alleged that the lawsuit and media coverage related to the lawsuit equated to retaliation under university policy. Harrison & Hart, LLC represented the professor during the investigation of that complaint, prepared written briefs, and submitted evidence demonstrating that the professor did nothing more than exercise his right to tell his story. The professor was found to not have retaliated against the student.
Our client, a professor, was accused of discriminating against a student because of a disability. We represented the professor during the university’s investigation of the allegations, prepared significant written materials and briefs, and collected and offered substantial evidence through the investigation. The professor was determined to have not discriminated against the student.
Two complaints were made alleging that our client, a professor, violated the respectful campus policy as it related to staff members and students. Our attorneys successfully obtained a finding that the allegations were unsubstantiated for both complaints.
Our client, a professor, was accused of bullying a staff member. After Harrison & Hart, LLC investigated and presented the case, the complaint was found to be unsubstantiated.
From our office in Albuquerque, Harrison & Hart, LLC serves clients throughout New Mexico. We are focused on getting you the best outcome possible in the harshest of situations.