Oberlin $6.5 Million Atty Fee Award To Get More Colleges Sued

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Oberlin $6.5 Million Atty Fee Award To Get More Colleges Sued
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Oberlin $6.5 Million Atty Fee Award To Get More Colleges Sued; New “Turning Point” in Higher Ed Anti-PC Movement an Even More Powerful Incentive 

WASHINGTON, D.C.  (July 20, 2019) – A judge has just ordered Oberlin College to pay a massive $6.5 million in attorneys fees, in addition to a previous award of a staggering $25 million for defaming a small neighborhood bakery – a move very likely to encourage other lawyers to take on colleges which violate legal rights in the name of political correctness, says public interest law professor John Banzhaf.

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