USC Lawyer Defends University’s Strategy To Oust Gynecologist Accused Of Misconduct
The testimony struck a different tone than other officials who have expressed regret on how the controversy over Dr. George Tyndall played out. The lawyer, however, said it was ultimately efficient, and that Tyndall "never saw another USC student" once the university launched the investigation in June 2016.
Los Angeles Times:
USC Lawyer Says Secret Deal With Accused Campus Gynecologist 'Worked Efficiently'
Testifying before legislators at the state Capitol on Monday, an attorney for USC defended its response to misconduct reports against a campus gynecologist, saying the university’s decision to force the physician out through a secret internal process “worked efficiently.” ... The lawyer’s statements to a committee looking into how the medical profession deals with sexual misconduct complaints struck a different tone than previous messages in which university officials have expressed regret about their handling of Tyndall. (Ryan, 6/18)