Most recently, TLG defended Drexel University in a breach of contract case, Robertson v. Drexel, 2008 Phila. Ct. Com. Pl. LEXIS 279 (2008), which resulted in a grant of summary judgment in Drexel’s favor where a dissatisfied professor alleged that his denial of tenure violated Drexel’s written policies. In addition, TLG has investigated departmental-wide claims of discrimination and harassment. TLG has successfully defended student claims of due process violations arising out of dismissals for violation of a school’s code of conduct. TLG has also handled litigation involving defamation by student newspapers, Title IX and Title VII sex discrimination and harassment claims and the Americans with Disabilities Act. TLG was lead counsel in DeJohn v. Temple University, 537 F.3d 301 (3d Cir. 2008), involving the conflict between student free speech and college and university’s sexual harassment policies. Finally, TLG has represented charter and other independent schools in connection with a variety of matters.