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Whats this stuff regarding Trev?

Did the school he is working for now know he was the subject of Title IX investigation while at Nebraska for having sex with a player he directly coached?

If not, then yes what Nebraska did or did not do could be relevant.
I'm not following at all. You think Nebraska had a duty to warn a school it may not have even known was looking to hire him?
 

It’s entirely possible for this to have been a consensual relationship.

That isn’t the lawsuit.

The lawsuit is based on the punitive measures against the victim, who is 100% of the time the student. She was removed from the team immediately and probably shouldn’t have been.

I don’t see how Alberts will be in any hot water over this, but Williams could definitely be in it if that meeting was accurate. UNL is claiming it wasn’t.

As for the consensual nature of the relationship, there’s no reason to even speculate about it because it is so entirely wrong from the coach’s standpoint. All of those other examples of trying to normalize this behavior with past anomalies are simply adding other garbage humans eyeballing their players/students to the pile. It’s wrong.
I would be curious if Trev called her a liar as claimed. That could draw him into this!
 



You would think the new school would want his employment history.
My experience when hiring someone their former employers were extremely reluctant to provide ANY information except to verify their employment. Any negative information they provided could open them up to lawsuits. I was a part owner of a trucking company and could not say anything except to verify they had driven for us. We had a driver that was fired for a DUI but there was no way we could inform his potential new employer of that info. Thanks to a lot of lawyers it was on them to dig out that information!
 
My experience when hiring someone their former employers were extremely reluctant to provide ANY information except to verify their employment. Any negative information they provided could open them up to lawsuits. I was a part owner of a trucking company and could not say anything except to verify they had driven for us. We had a driver that was fired for a DUI but there was no way we could inform his potential new employer of that info. Thanks to a lot of lawyers it was on them to dig out that information!
Exactly
 




My experience when hiring someone their former employers were extremely reluctant to provide ANY information except to verify their employment. Any negative information they provided could open them up to lawsuits. I was a part owner of a trucking company and could not say anything except to verify they had driven for us. We had a driver that was fired for a DUI but there was no way we could inform his potential new employer of that info. Thanks to a lot of lawyers it was on them to dig out that information!
I should have just kept reading before I posted, exactly this.
 
Not how it works in the employment world. You're very limited in what you can say/provide. Most companies will only acknowledge worked here dates (he was here from 1/1/2005 through 1/1/2015).
Apply for a job at a University....they will inquire about previous issues, complaints, and investigations. Schools can expose themselves to serious liability if the hire someone with a history of harassment, so it is an issue that is vetted pretty hard in the secondary educational field.

This will come down to what UNL did or did not do as part of the Title IX investigation.
 
Apply for a job at a University....they will inquire about previous issues, complaints, and investigations. Schools can expose themselves to serious liability if the hire someone with a history of harassment, so it is an issue that is vetted pretty hard in the secondary educational field.

This will come down to what UNL did or did not do as part of the Title IX investigation.
Of course they'll inquire, but not with UNL. UNL isn't going to turn over complaints like this to another school. Talk about opening yourself up to liability.

The hiring school will likely conduct a background search and ask the individual for any issues. It's up to the hiring school to find potential issues, not on UNL to provide complaints (can you imagine if they did...the whole innocent until proven guilty thing would be out the door).
 
Of course they'll inquire, but not with UNL. UNL isn't going to turn over complaints like this to another school. Talk about opening yourself up to liability.

The hiring school will likely conduct a background search and ask the individual for any issues. It's up to the hiring school to find potential issues, not on UNL to provide complaints (can you imagine if they did...the whole innocent until proven guilty thing would be out the door).
Innocent until proven guilty applies to criminal cases, not employment law, and it is more a concept in criminal court and not an actuality.

DUI'S and other crimes people are convicted of are public record....Title IX investigations are not.

Hiring schools rely on the applicant's application and information from the previous institution the person worked at, including info about previous issues.
 



Innocent until proven guilty applies to criminal cases, not employment law, and it is more a concept in criminal court and not an actuality.

DUI'S and other crimes people are convicted of are public record....Title IX investigations are not.

Hiring schools rely on the applicant's application and information from the previous institution the person worked at, including info about previous issues.
If I understand it correctly, any info let out other than by gov officials is seen as illegal.
However, in regards to that persons request they may obtain their own records and then send info to a potential employer.
I'm not even sure direct info sharing is allowed even with the regarded person between institutions.
 
Innocent until proven guilty applies to criminal cases, not employment law, and it is more a concept in criminal court and not an actuality.

DUI'S and other crimes people are convicted of are public record....Title IX investigations are not.

Hiring schools rely on the applicant's application and information from the previous institution the person worked at, including info about previous issues.
We're talking about a state school here, so there are constitutional issues in play. I can't imagine, but maybe I'm wrong, that a previous institution would ever give out complaints that didn't end up being acted on.
 


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