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Lawsuits Accuse USC of “Deliberately Concealing” Gynecologist’s Sexual Assault

New allegations surface in lawsuits against USC gynecologist accused in multiple counts of sexual abuse / assault. Plaintiffs claim university officials knew of the accusations for decades and took no action. Contact our lawyers at (866) 588-0600 if you were a victim of Tyndall or anyone else at USC.

May 29, 2018 – In addition to claims of sexual assault, the lawsuits against Tyndall contain allegations against university officials, claiming they had knowledge of complaints against the man for years, and did nothing to stop him.

Free Confidential Lawsuit Evaluation: If you or a loved one believe you have been subjected to sexual assault, abuse, or harassment by Dr. George Tyndall or any other USC employee, you should contact our law firm immediately. You may be entitled to compensation by filing a suit and our lawyers can help.

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Another young woman who filed suit against Tyndall claims that the doctor “violated” her while her female chaperone waited outside. He refuted these allegations, claiming that the student had “given him permission to proceed” — “as if the violation of protocol and standard of care was Chi’s fault,” according to court documents.

That woman is suing USC, its board of trustees, and Dr. Tyndall in a class action lawsuit filed Monday in the US District Court for the Central District of California. Five other women filed civil lawsuits in Los Angeles County Superior Court, according to CBS News.

Plaintiffs’ attorneys expect the litigation to balloon into the hundreds or even thousands, consisting mainly of female students who received a medical examination from Tyndall and were allegedly subjected to his “creepy behavior.”

Also this week, USC fired a pir of longtime student health clinic administrators in the wake of the Tyndall scandal.

Dr. William Leavitt, lead physician at the Engemann Student Health Clinic, confirmed on Friday that he was fired. Tammie Akiyoshi, the clinical director at the health clinic, was also fired.

Former colleagues alleged Tyndall targeted young women, especially those from China and other Asian countries, for exams that included inappropriate touching and lewd remarks about patients’ sex lives and bodies, the Times reported.

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Manly, Stewart & Finaldi and The Senators (Ret.) Firm, LLP based in Southern California along with Washington, D.C.-based Schmidt & Clark, LLP expect numerous additional victims to come forward in the coming days and months, as the full details of Tyndall’s conduct and the negligence of the university are made public.

If you or a loved one believe you have been subjected to sexual assault, abuse, or harassment by Dr. George Tyndall or any other USC employee, we can help. All inquiries are absolutely confidential, and if you decide to pursue a claim, California law allows victims of sexual abuse or assault to remain nameless.

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