A former alumni relations director at John Marshall Law School will be allowed, for now, to continue much of his discrimination lawsuit against the college, in which he alleges that he became the target of anti-male bias and was allegedly accused of being “anti-gay, anti-Muslim and anti-black,” after attending a lunch meeting with a donor at a Trump hotel.
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A onetime professor of Greek at the University of Illinois at Chicago, is flunking the Illinois Court of Claims for dismissing his lawsuit against the school, in which he alleged school officials fired him as the result of a plot to discredit him and protect the jobs of other professors, saying the court denied him due process by dismissing his case against the school on the grounds he won a verdict against one of the professors in circuit court.
Ex-development director at John Marshall Law School says firing was part of 'pattern of bias' vs older men
Saying he became the target of anti-male bias from certain female administrators at the college, who used a lunch meeting with an influential donor at a Trump hotel to brand him as “anti-gay, anti-Muslim and anti-black,” the 59-year-old former head of alumni relations at John Marshall Law School has sued the school and two deans at the school, saying he is owed at least $4 million after he was fired on allegedly trumped up accusations to cover for alleged age and sex discrimination.