Proposed federal regulations on handling sexual assault and harassment on campus hold some promise of more clarity for general counsel at universities, but may not be the panacea GCs want.

The New York Times last week reported on the regulations being prepared by U.S. Education Secretary Betsy DeVos to replace Title IX guidelines adopted by the Obama administration. Experts who spoke with Corporate Counsel about the proposal warned that because the rules are still under consideration, they could change before they are released for public comment.

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