He may want to retire. ( or at least sit it out for awhile). I know he really wanted to coach his kid ; who is now a freshman TE. I’m told the kid also had an outstanding academic record at Loyola Academy
Yeah, that’s what I remember from my business law classes, too. And the attorney teaching the class, who was formerly Nebraska’s vice-chancellor for business affairs, said that ‘for cause’ is often hard to prove in court. His advice was ‘settle quickly and quietly’. (It’s worth noting that this class was about a year after the Tylenol deaths, we spent a lot of time talking about ‘damage control’, something NU needs to be thinking about.)
Today’s interview means the legal wrangling is just getting started. The longer it lasts, the worse it will be and nobody involved will come out smelling good.
Can University Presidents be fired ‘for cause’ too?