USC Inks $215M Deal To End Sex Abuse Class Suit

Law360 (October 19, 2018, 1:21 PM EDT) -- The University of Southern California announced Friday it reached a $215 million deal in principle to resolve a proposed class action accusing a former staff gynecologist of sexually abusing potentially thousands of women.

The University of Southern California on Friday reached a $215 million settlement with a proposed class of women claiming a former staff gynecologist sexually abused potentially thousands of women with the school’s knowledge. (AP) The women claim Dr. George Tyndall, a longtime USC gynecologist, committed sexual abuse, molestation and unwanted touching, among other allegations, over a period of decades and with the school’s knowledge, according to the putative...

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