Myers v. Batavia City Board of Education

Empire Justice April 05, 2013

Myers v. Batavia City Board of Education, 13-CV-342S

On April 5, 2013 Empire Justice Center filed a class action suit against Batavia City School District on behalf of three female softball players and their families, alleging wide disparities in treatment between girls’ softball and boys’ baseball.  We are proud of the girls and their families for joining the ranks of so many brave Title IX plaintiffs who have stood up for their civil rights and in doing so helped to level the playing field for women in sports.

Read the complaint and learn more about the facts of the case.

Read the press release regarding the agreement  (June 2, 2014)

U.S. District Court Judge William M. Skretny ruled that the Batavia City School District now owes an additional $68,545 in fees to reimburse the Empire Justice Center for its legal work on behalf of the players and their families.

Read Empire Justice Center’s statement regarding the Title IX case (Sept. 13, 2016)