SARAVANAN v. DREXEL UNIVERSITY
ORDER THAT DEFENDANT'S MOTION TO DISMISS (DOC. 15 ) IS GRANTED IN PART AND DENIED IN PART. DEFENDANT'S MOTION IS DENIED AS TO PLAINTIFF'S ERRONEOUS OUTCOME THEORY BASED ON GENDER BIAS UNDER TITLE IX AND HIS BREACH OF CONTACT AND DECEP TIVE TRADE PRACTICES CLAIMS WITH DEFENDANTS ANSWERING THESE REMAINING CLAIMS NO LATER THAN 12/8/2017. DEFENDANT'S MOTION IS GRANTED AS TO PLAINTIFF'S REMAINING THEORIES UNDER TITLE IX AND HIS TITLE VI AND SECTION 1981 CLAIMS. SIGNED BY HONORABLE MARK A. KEARNEY ON 11/24/2017. 11/24/2017 ENTERED AND COPIES E-MAILED.(sg, )
IN THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
FOR THE EASTERN DISTRICT OF PENNSYLVANIA
AND NOW, this 24th day of November 2017, upon considering Defendant's Motion to
dismiss (ECF Doc. No. 15), Plaintiffs Response (ECF Doc. No. 16) and for reasons in the
accompanying Memorandum, it is ORDERED Defendant's Motion (ECF Doc. No. 15) is
GRANTED in part and DENIED in part:
Defendant's Motion is denied as to Plaintiffs erroneous outcome theory based on
gender bias under Title IX and his breach of contract and deceptive trade practices claims with
Defendant answering these remaining claims no later than December 8, 2017; and,
Defendant's Motion is granted as to Plaintiffs remaining theories under Title IX
and his Title VI and Section 1981 claims.
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