When Eve Atkinson filed suit against Lafayette College in 2001, her case hinged on a novel theory — that she had been fired in retaliation for complaining about gender inequity in the funding of the college’s sports programs.

Her lawyers — Alan B. Epstein and Jennifer L. Myers of Spector Gadon & Rosen — argued that the firing violated Title IX, the federal law that mandates equal access to sports programs.

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