"‘We could have done better’: After report of drugs, a prostitute and a former med school dean, USC’s president responds," The Washington Post
In an article posted July 26,2017 by the Washington Post, Washington partner Raymond D. Cotton discusses the circumstances surrounding the University of Southern California’s response to reports of a former medical school dean’s involvement with drugs and a prostitute “You can be fired for cause if you engage in behavior that is morally abhorrent,” said Mr. Cotton, a lawyer who focuses on leadership and governance in higher education. “Boards need to keep their radar up — that’s part of their fiduciary duty. The president of the university has to keep his radar up, too. He’s the last person who should be in denial about serious allegations.” Click here to read the full article.