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USC reaches $240 million proposed settlement with former patients of gynecologistAt the heart of the litigation against USC was the conduct of Tyndall and how the university responded to reports of abuse.
Leonard Levine, an attorney for Tyndall, said Thursday that he “continues to deny all criminal charges.”
In all, attorneys said, 710 women who alleged they were victimized by Tyndall pursued civil lawsuits against USC in California courts.
USC, a private research university in Los Angeles with more than 48,000 students, has been shaken in recent years by the Tyndall scandal and other troubles.
Tyndall is awaiting trial on criminal charges in connection with accusations that for many years he subjected patients to unnecessary and inappropriate touching.
“The real star of everything is Pete Williams,” said Tyndall.NBC, Today Show Get Boston Marathon Bombing Coverage Right|David Freedlander|April 20, 2013|DAILY BEAST
Finally, medicine is immeasurably indebted to Tyndall and Huxley for their teaching of the correlation and conservation of energy.An Epitome of the History of Medicine|Roswell Park
Professor Tyndall suggests that the soft green of the sea, shadowed by clouds, assumes a subjective purple hue.Needlework As Art|Marian Alford
Then there was another man Spencer avoided, although for a different reason; this individual was John Tyndall.
Education is a matter of desire, and a man like Tyndall is getting an education wherever he is.
Tyndall found lodgings in a little street called "Heretics' Row."