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Michigan State No Longer Has Insurance for Sexual Misconduct Liabilities Post-Nassar Scandal - Sports and Entertainment Law News

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Posted on: Mar 20, 2019

Intro by James Nussbaum, Indiana University

Following the scandal involving former Michigan State gymnastics’ Dr. Larry Nassar and the subsequent $500M settlement, Michigan State’s new insurance policy “broadly excludes insurer liability for sexual misconduct.” This has forced the university to consider new insurance options such as creating its own captive insurance policy. 

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