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 September 3, 2019  Posted by  Breaches, Court, Healthcare, U.S., Workplace

Nick Muscavage reports:

A federal court judge has issued a temporary stay on a civil lawsuit filed by a former Rutgers Cancer Institute surgeon charged with secretly recording women in the restrooms at his place of employment.

Dr. James Goydos, a professor of surgery, was charged in a 160-count indictment in December with invasion of privacy, computer theft, wiretapping, burglary, official misconduct and impersonation.

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