Baylor Tries To Nix 4 New Women From Sex Assault Suit

Law360, Dallas (November 21, 2016, 6:18 PM EST) -- Baylor University on Friday filed four separate motions in Texas federal court to dismiss the claims of four additional unnamed women who were allowed to join a lawsuit over the university's handling of alleged sexual assaults last month, arguing that each of the four had failed to state a claim under Title IX.

The Waco, Texas-based university said the claims of "Jane Does" 7, 8, 9 and 10 failed because Baylor did not exercise "substantial control" over the events that allegedly occurred and did not have actual knowledge that the accused students posed a risk to the four added plaintiffs in...

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