Oct 222010
 
 October 22, 2010  Breaches, Court, Youth & Schools

Following up on a privacy lawsuit filed several months ago, Phil Kabler reports:

Marshall University has reached a tentative settlement with a daughter of state Treasurer John Perdue, over a lawsuit contending that the school violated privacy laws by releasing confidential information regarding her coursework.

Attorneys for Emily Perdue have agreed to voluntarily dismiss the lawsuit in exchange for an $81,250 monetary settlement, Chuck Jones, director of the state Board of Risk and Insurance Management, confirmed Wednesday.

Read more in the Charleston Gazette.

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