Why would Chuck Lillis have Kevin Reed spend $60K on an LA law firm to investigate a professor?

The Eugene Weekly report by Bob Keefer asks the question, here. Keep in mind Reed’s past claims that even coaches are faculty, at least for the purposes of hiding their employment records from the public.

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2 Responses to Why would Chuck Lillis have Kevin Reed spend $60K on an LA law firm to investigate a professor?

  1. uomatters says:

    UOM to “bestiality” commenter: Please include a link to verify your claim – and adopt a consistent screen name.

  2. Cheyney Ryan says:

    SPARE NO EXPENSE! Munger, Tolls, Olsen–the outside firm hired by the U of O for investigations–is no ordinary firm. It was founded by billionaire Charlie Munger, partner of Warren Buffet, and “regularly tops lists of the country’s elite law firms”. (The American Lawyer describes it as an “army of trial lawyers capable of waging war.”) And the U of O didnt hire just any of MTO’s 200 attorneys–it hired Hailyn Chen, the Co-Managing Partner of the firm (https://www.mto.com/lawyers/hailyn-j-chen). I guess David Boies was unavailable. Kevin Reed says he hired her because he’d worked with her before and knew she would “handle the matter professionally and efficiently”. Is this in contrast to the investigators already employed in our own Title IX office? This seems like a lot of expensive fire-power to investigate a U of O faculty member.

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