Can a college or university use information that is legally protected in a Title IX case under the Title IX Final Rule?

A college or university cannot use information that is protected under a legally recognized privilege under the Title IX Final Rule. The college or university cannot use, rely on, or even seek disclosure of information that is protected by a legally recognized privilege unless the person who holds that privilege waives the privilege. There's major considerations, including evidentiary determinations and related matters in a Title IX case so much is at stake, both for the respondent and the complainant. Having an experienced attorney advisor in your corner can help you best understand and navigate the process, and they should be involved from as early as possible in the case.