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All posts tagged "lawsuit"
QU moves forward with Title IX field construction
Quinnipiac is scrapping its plans to put lighting on several athletic fields on the Mount Carmel campus so that it can upgrade these facilities more quickly, according to Sal Filardi, vice president for facilities and capital planning....
- Posted November 20, 2015
Previous St. Patrick’s Parade chair sues Lahey
The former chairman of the New York St. Patrick’s Day Parade Committee filed a lawsuit on Monday against President John Lahey, who took over as head of the committee this past summer. John T. Dunleavy, the former...
- Posted October 21, 2015
Former QU coach files lawsuit for $15,000
Rick Seeley, former women’s ice hockey coach, filed a lawsuit against the university which said he was wrongfully terminated on April 9, 2015, after allegations of verbal and physical abuse toward his players surfaced. Seeley is asking...
- Posted October 20, 2015
Former St. Patrick’s Day Parade chairman sues Lahey
President John Lahey is under fire after a lawsuit was filed on Monday that stated he manipulated the New York City St. Patrick’s Day Parade and the St. Patrick’s Day Committee to continue a $175,000 television contract,...
- Posted October 15, 2015
Former women’s ice hockey coach sues university
By Tyrell Walden-Martin and Julia Perkins Former women’s ice hockey coach Rick Seeley is suing the university after he was fired last April, according to court records. Seeley, who was let go in April amongst allegations of verbal...
- Posted October 13, 2015
QU sues Hamden in appeal attempt
The university is suing Hamden to appeal the town’s decision to fine Quinnipiac for not having enough housing on campus, according to court records. Hamden’s Zoning Board of Appeals (ZBA) ruled in May that the university is...
- Posted July 20, 2015
Judge denies former TKE member’s injunction
Judge Jack Fischer denied sophomore John Demoulas’ temporary injunction to return to Quinnipiac for the remainder of the spring semester. Demoulas is one of the former Tau Kappa Epsilon members suspended for the hazing allegations that got...
- Posted March 7, 2015