Talks Collapse Between Churchill and C.U.
David Lane, Ward Churchill's attorney, said tonight that while C.U. and Churchill were able to agree on the amount of money for a buyout, other conditions have stalled the talks. The news article says that word of a plagerism investigation by Dalhousie University in Nova Scotia nine years ago made the C.U. Regents want more time to consider the buyout. Churchill denies the plagerism charge and says it was based upon one footnote in a work he assembled, that the inclusion of the footnote was inadvertant and that he did not take credit for the work.
Local Denver news is reporting the amount agreed upon was between $300,000 and $400,000. Lane says if C.U. doesn't want to settle, fine, Churchill will continue teaching. If he's fired, there will be a lawsuit.
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