A Columbia University student's claim that the school acted with an anti-male sex bias when it suspended him on accusations of sexual misconduct was reinstated by the Second Circuit, which found several instances outlined in the complaint that could meet the lowest burden of proof needed for his case to survive a motion to dismiss.
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The work of the First Department includes many types of matters other than the disposition of appeals.