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Lindsey v. TSU

January 6, 2013

We represented Cordell Lindsey, the former Chief of Police of Texas Southern University. In January of 2001, Chief Lindsey was fired by TSU because he was investigating a co-worker who was suspected of stealing money from the university. After his termination, Chief Lindsey filed a whistleblower lawsuit against TSU.

In October 2003, TSU asked to settle for $350,000 during trial after cross-examination of TSU’s key witnesses. After the trial concluded, the co-worker was charged with felony theft.

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