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STOP & HIRE MR. LENTO NOW. STOP DELAYING. STUDENTS, PARENTS ESPECIALLY. I am an engineering student at the largest university in NJ, (I assume it is the largest), and I faced a great deal of hardships through the Title IX process once accused where my clear and convincing evidences as well as witnesses were rejected for no reason. I was innocent! Without delving too much into the case, I will say that we had to file a complaint with the Dept of Ed OCR, and Mr. Lento reviewed about 210 pages of evidence and filed the complaint on my behalf. Protect your investment (college) and hire Mr. Lento now, before any hearing or process takes place, or even as it is taking place, HIRE MR. LENTO NOW. This makes the university understand that you are willing to protect your interests, otherwise you are in the losing battle.  I thought I could take on the school as I did nothing wrong and had SOLID proof. Nope, the university just did not care about what I said, thus having a lawyer makes all the difference. Even the staff appointed to helping you won't help you as Mr. LENTO will, why? Because they aren't attorneys and they will protect their employer (the University).

Note, I paid for a consultation with Mr. Lento, his consultation is THE BEST, and if you're paying for it, you know his advice will be unique. Other Lawyers would brag about many awards (not mentioning names), and when I told them that the university rejected my evidence, they wouldn't take my case. Mr. Lento went straight in. And I love the fact that he uses emails promptly, he is fast, quick, and understanding. The reviews say it for themselves. Hire him now parents and students, for Title IX, Discrimination, school needs. You need a skilled attorney! Don't make the mistake I made!

– Osamah B.

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