ballcoach15 wrote: ↑November 9th, 2021, 9:25 am A judge should dismiss all these lawsuits, from both sides of the fence.On what legal grounds?
NewsAdvance.com wrote:After tense hearing, Liberty University to recover files from ex-comms executiveClick Here for Full Story
Dec 17, 2021
Lawyers for Liberty University and its former communications executive, Scott Lamb, will try to work out how to return sensitive school data after two contentious days in federal court.
Lamb first filed suit after he was fired in early October, claiming the school did so in retaliation for objections he’d raised over “corrupt practices,” and Liberty has filed a counterclaim against him demanding $3 million in damages.
The school’s response included a more immediate request for an injunction against Lamb, asking for the return of Liberty’s files and a gag order against Lamb, among other measures. That injunction was the purpose for what was at times intense testimony and debate Thursday and Friday in U.S. District Court in Lynchburg.
stokesjokes wrote: ↑January 4th, 2022, 12:08 pm Laura Wallace, head of HR and Falwell cousin, is no longer listed on LU’s website. Don Moon, VP of finance was removed as well. Moon’s replacement is listed, Wallace’s isn’t.The official story is Wallace "retired".
Lamb states they asked current CFO Rob Ritz about a doctored 990 in court recently, which would have involved both Moon and Wallace.
News & Advance wrote:Judge rules on evidence of missing documents in LU's litigation with former executiveClick Here for Full Story
Afederal judge Thursday ruled evidence in civil litigation involving Liberty University and a former communications executive shows the ex-employee “spoliated” electronically stored information the school sued to recover.
Spoliation is a legal term for destroying or altering evidence pertinent to a legal proceeding.
U.S. District Judge Norman Moon, in the opinion and order, wrote additional discovery is warranted to determine whether the privileged material can be recovered or replaced and he will take a motion from Liberty’s attorney for sanctions under advisement. The university is entitled to conduct additional discovery and is to provide a status report within 60 days of the order, according to court documents filed Thursday in U.S. District Court in Lynchburg.
UT San Antonio pays $670k in Clery Act violations.
Current record-holder for Clery fines:
Michigan State: $4.5M
Penn State: $2.5M
Estimated Clery fines about to hit
https://www.insidehighered.com/news/qui ... rime-stats
Sly Fox wrote: ↑September 27th, 2023, 5:40 pm In light of the DOE report referencing Scott in the other thread, I am going to reference his most recent tweets here. Since they are not public, I won't hyperlink them.Just thought it was worth mentioning all of the sudden his Twitter is public
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