The University of Southern California is coughing up $215M related to a sex abuse scandal at its university health center. This is an attempt to settle a lawsuit filed by hundreds of women who say they were molested by Dr. George Tyndall, the (former) head gynecologist at the student health center and the university did nothing about it. And even though this settlement is among the largest to be reached by a university facing allegations of sexual misconduct, the school’s expensive legal battles are likely to continue. What would a financial hit like this do to your business? To learn more, read the entire New York Times article by clicking the link below.
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