Lawsuits

Read: Jury Awards $15 Million to Family of Yeardley Love, UVA Student Killed in 2010

Jury Awards $15 Million to Family of Yeardley Love, UVA Student Killed in 2010

Yeardley Love’s family filed a wrongful death lawsuit again George Huguely V, who was convicted of second-degree murder in her death.

Read: USC Settles Doctor Sexual Abuse Lawsuit Brought by 80 LGBTQ+ Men

USC Settles Doctor Sexual Abuse Lawsuit Brought by 80 LGBTQ+ Men

Eighty former male students who are mostly gay or bisexual say they were sexually abused during examinations by a former USC physician.

Read: School Shootings and Settlements Soar: 5 Disturbing Perspectives and 5 Positive Prevention Strategies

School Shootings and Settlements Soar: 5 Disturbing Perspectives and 5 Positive Prevention Strategies

Consider these five disturbing events that seem to repeat after school shootings and what we can all do to reduce violence.

Read: Jury Sides with Terminated KSU Whistleblower

Jury Sides with Terminated KSU Whistleblower

The ex-employee claimed he was fired for advocating for students who submitted sexual harassment claims against faculty.

Read: Attorney General Bonta: Ashford University Must Pay $22M in Penalties for Defrauding California Students

Attorney General Bonta: Ashford University Must Pay $22M in Penalties for Defrauding California Students

The San Diego Superior Court found in the state’s favor in its lawsuit against Ashford University, an online, for-profit school.

Read: What Campuses Can Learn from the Surfside Condo Collapse

What Campuses Can Learn from the Surfside Condo Collapse

Here are some fire alarm and voice evacuation practices campus life safety professionals can glean from last year’s Miami condo collapse that killed 98 people.

Read: Sandy Hook Families Reach $73 Million Settlement with Remington Arms

Sandy Hook Families Reach $73 Million Settlement with Remington Arms

As part of the settlement, Remington Arms agreed to release thousands of pages of internal company documents.

Read: UCLA to Pay $243.6M to Settle Former Gynecologist Sexual Abuse Case

UCLA to Pay $243.6M to Settle Former Gynecologist Sexual Abuse Case

This settlement is in addition to $73 million paid by UCLA last year to settle claims of sexual abuse allegedly committed by James Heaps.

Read: Utah State Settles with Family of Student Who Died by Suicide

Utah State Settles with Family of Student Who Died by Suicide

The lawsuit alleges the international graduate student was harassed by a classmate who told her dark skin was “a sign of inferiority.”

Read: School Threat Assessments: Avoid These 3 Mistakes When Developing Your Processes

School Threat Assessments: Avoid These 3 Mistakes When Developing Your Processes

Making any of these three mistakes could derail your threat assessment program and create liability exposures for your campus or district.

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