Three Newton parents filed a second class-action suit against the Newton Teachers Association for its 11-day strike in January.
The Trustees of Boston College answered former BC professor Hristina Nikolova’s discrimination lawsuit against the University on Thursday, asserting that Nikolova failed to state claims for which relief could be granted.
Thirty-seven members of Boston College’s men’s and women’s swim and dive program dropped their lawsuit against the University Friday morning following Judge Diane Freniere’s decision on Thursday to deny a motion for an emergency injunction reinstating the team.
Judge Diane Freniere denied the request of the 37 members of Boston College men’s and women’s swim and dive to maintain anonymity in their lawsuit against the University.
Boston College filed court documents on Monday reaffirming the University’s earlier statements that hazing occurred within the men’s and women’s swim and dive program.
Two former Boston College employees are suing the University in a class action lawsuit, alleging BC mismanaged their retirement plans.
Former Boston College women’s soccer coach Alison Foley is suing the University for gender discrimination and illegal wiretapping after allegedly being forced to resign in 2018 following her record-setting 22 seasons.
Recently released court proceedings pertaining to the overturning of a Boston College student’s suspension in late August revealed the number of investigations surrounding sexual assault allegations conducted at BC since 2011. The summary, presented in the testimony of Associate Dean of Students Corey Kelly, was split into two sections to reflect a change in the University’s conduct process.