Attorney Joe Tamburino Wins Title IX Case at University of St. Thomas

Joe Tamburino

Caplan & Tamburino Law Firm, P.A. Partner Joe Tamburino was successful this week in a Title IX case at the University of St. Thomas. Joe’s client, who was accused of sexual misconduct in violation of University rules, sought representation from the firm after being notified by the school.

Per the Title IX disciplinary process, students have the right to request a hearing to defend themselves against allegations. Following a number of meetings, hours of independent investigation, numerous statements and interviews, and lengthy legal and factual arguments through the hearing process – all of which the client navigated with the help of Attorney Tamburino, the case was successfully resolved in our client’s favor.

Throughout the case, Attorney Tamburino believed in the innocence of our client, and worked tirelessly to prove that to University officials through the Title IX process. Attorney Tamburino, his client, and his client’s family are all extremely happy with the result.

Attorney Tamburino, who has become a trusted authority on Title IX disciplinary actions and a lecturer on the topic, has extensive experience defending students, teachers, and others against allegations made under Title IX, a federal civil rights law that obligates higher education institutions to investigate and conduct disciplinary hearings over sexual misconduct allegations.

If you have questions regarding Title IX defense and how you can defend yourself against serious and life-altering penalties, you can be confident about placing your trust in proven attorneys skilled in these unique proceedings. Contact us to request a free consultation. We serve clients facing Title IX allegations at schools and Universities across the state of Minnesota.

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