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USC Faculty Calls for President’s Resignation Over Alleged Sexual Assault by Campus Gynecologist

USC is now the target of at least a half dozen lawsuits and massive public outrage over an alleged pattern of sexual assault by former campus gynecologist Dr. George Tyndall, who plaintiffs claim was allowed to remain at his post for decades, despite multiple complaints.

About 200 USC professors and other faculty members have given their signatures to a petition demanding the resignation of campus president, C.L. Max Nikias, alleging that he “has lost the moral authority to lead the University” amid the sexual assault scandal involving longtime campus gynecologist, Dr. George Tyndall.

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.

Update: 3 More Former USC Students Sue Over Gynecologist Sexual Harassment

May 31, 2018 – Three more women have come forward to claim they were sexually harassed by USC gynecologist Dr. George Tyndall, filing lawsuits against the university on Tuesday in Los Angeles Superior Court. The case is in RE: Jane Doe 11, et al. v. Dr. George Tyndall, et al. — Case No. BC707880.

What’s the problem?

May 25, 2018 – So far this week, at least 6 women have filed suit against USC alleging that they were assaulted under the care of Tyndall during his nearly three decades at the university, and that school officials knew of his behavior and failed to take action.

The suits were filed on the heels of an investigation published by the LA Times, which delved into Tyndall’s alleged pattern of “creepy” behavior, complaints about which date back to the nineties. Tyndall has denied that he did anything wrong, stating that his exams were thorough but appropriate.

Faculty call for USC president’s resignation over alleged sexual abuse by campus gynecologist: CBS News Video

USC representatives have admitted that complaints about Tyndall were filed as far back as 2000; however, he wasn’t put on leave until 16 years later, after a nurse in 2016 reported him to the campus rape crisis center. After an investigation, he was fired last June.

“It’s really unclear why USC and its clinic leadership didn’t take action sooner,” said Matt Hamilton, an LA Times reporter who helped break the story. “The faculty at USC…they are in a state of revolt right now.”

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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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