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Date: 09-11-2019

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John Doe v. Hotchkiss School

Case Number: 3:15-cv-00160-VAB

Judge: Victor A. Bolden

Court: United States District Court for the District of Connecticut (New Haven County)

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Defendant's Attorney: Andrew A. DePeau, Bradford S. Babbitt, Jeffrey J. White, Kathleen Elizabeth Dion, Nuala E. Droney


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New Haven, CT - John Doe sued Hotchkiss School on a personal injury negligence theory.

The New York Times reported in 2018 that a classics teacher sexually abused numerous students and then married two of them and that a school doctor performed unnecessary "gynecological" examinations.

Outcome: 09/11/2019 321 41(b) Order: The parties have reported that this action has been settled in full. Rather than continue to keep the case open on the docket, the Clerk is directed to administratively close the file immediately, without prejudice to reopening by any party on or before October 11,2019. If the parties wish to file a stipulation of dismissal, they may do so on or before October 11, 2019. The dates set forth in this order may be extended for good cause, upon a motion filed in accordance with Local Rule 7(b).
Signed by Judge Victor A. Bolden on 9/11/2019.(Perez, J.) (Entered: 09/11/2019)
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(Perez, J.) (Entered: 09/11/2019)

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