Law360 (September 10, 2018, 6:15 PM EDT) -- Baylor University bolstered its bid to limit discovery in a lawsuit brought by 10 alleged sexual assault victims claiming the university failed to adequately investigate their misconduct reports, telling a Texas federal court Friday that the victims want a "no-holds-barred investigation" of the university.
The private Christian university filed an amended motion Friday for a protective order to limit the scope of discovery in the litigation, and included additional concerns stemming from a recent deposition conducted in the case of a Baylor regent.
"Plaintiffs' discovery requests in this litigation have strayed far afield from the ten plaintiffs' claims and have become...
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