Time & Attendance
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By Jon Hyman
Feb. 8, 2018
I resigned from my last job amid allegations of sexually inappropriate misconduct. The allegations became public. Even though the women are all liars, no one will hire me. What can I do?
This example has played out (sort of) at my alma mater, Case Western Reserve School of Law.
In 2014 its dean, Lawrence Mitchell, resigned during a lawsuit in which a professor alleged Mitchell fired him after he had tried to blow the whistle on Mitchell’s alleged sexual impropriety at work. The story made headlines both in Cleveland and nationally. Mitchell has since resurfaced in China, as a professor of law at the Shanghai University of Finance and Economics.
It appears that his students have discovered his past (alleged) indiscretions.
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