Media Coverage

Justin Dillon Comments on Betsy DeVos’s Proposed Title IX Reforms in The Atlantic

Justin Dillon was quoted in an article in The Atlantic analyzing Education Secretary Betsy DeVos’s proposed reforms to Title IX as an effort to roll back what he viewed as the wild overreach that took...

Justin Dillon and Scott Bernstein in The Washington Post Declare That Changes in Common App for Colleges Do Not Go Far Enough

On Aug. 23, Justin Dillon and Scott Bernstein published an opinion piece in The Washington Post addressing the Common Application’s recent revision, which no longer requires applicants to college to disclose whether they have criminal...

Justin Dillon Featured in NPR Story on New Title IX Guidance

NPR recently interviewed KaiserDillon partner Justin Dillon about a lawsuit that some victims’ rights groups filed against the Department of Education for issuing guidance intended to increase due process protections for students accused of sexual...

Bill Pittard Featured in Law 360 – “The Latest On Sexual Harassment Reform On The Hill” How Congress is reacting to #MeToo

Partner Bill Pittard recently wrote about sexual harassment on the Hill and pending legislative reforms. Bill’s article was featured over several days in Law 360’s Expert Analysis forum. In the article, Bill explains the current...

Matt Kaiser’s Sabbatical Featured in The National Law Journal

The National Law Journal recently profiled firm founder Matt Kaiser in a story about his recent sabbatical from the practice of law last summer. KaiserDillon is a leader among top law firms for its sabbatical policy; it allows every...

Justin Dillon Talks Football And The First Amendment In The Washington Post

Following President Trump’s recent suggestion that NFL players protesting the national anthem should be fired by their teams’ owners, The Washington Post asked several attorneys whether the comments crossed any legal lines. Not so, according...


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