SSS Represents Clients in USC Sexual Abuse Settlement Against Gynecologist
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Slater Slater Schulman is pleased to announce the recent settlement of its University of Southern California (USC) sexual abuse claims against former USC gynecologist George Tyndall.

The settlement amount of $852 million dollars was reached in lawsuits against USC on Thursday, March 25, 2021.  Slater Slater Schulman represented clients in this action filed in California state court.  The lawsuits contend USC was aware of the sexual abuse of female student patients of Tyndall’s for decades and allowed him continued access to providing care for thousands of female students.

This high-profile case has been covered nationally by various media outlets.  Below is a list of articles discussing the case and settlement further:

The firm is proud to announce this latest example of its commitment and dedication to advocate for sexual abuse survivors nationally.






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