Kevin Ollie says UConn violated his rights by not giving him

Kevin Ollie says UConn violated his rights by not giving him

Postautor: linxiaoxue » 26 kwie 2018, o 03:48

Kevin Ollie is accusing the University of Connecticut of violating his constitutional rights by firing him for cause and thereby avoiding the eight-figure payout a termination without cause would have demanded.
In a letter submitted to Authentic Barry Sanders Jersey school president Susan Herbst and obtained by ESPN, Ollie's lawyers say the university proceeded with the firing in Chris McCullough Womens Jersey March before granting Ollie a proper opportunity to contest the termination, as guaranteed in his contract and the collective bargaining agreement with his union.

The men's basketball program is the subject of an ongoing NCAA inquiry, which is the reason Barry Sanders Authentic Jersey UConn cited when it announced its decision. Details of the inquiry are unclear, but the NCAA has not sent a notice of allegations to the school, according to sources with knowledge of the case.

"From our review of the facts and circumstances relating to Coach Ollie's employment status, it is apparent that the University of Connecticut has already violated [Coach Ollie's] rights under the Fourteenth Amendment to the United States Constitution by subverting Coach Ollie's opportunity to respond to charges and evidence in a meaningful way in advance of the decision to terminate his employment," said the letter dated April 3.

"The public record, action taken, and authorized communications by representatives of the University of Connecticut, demonstrate that the decision to terminate Coach Ollie has already been made and therefore the University of Connecticut has effectively negated Coach Ollie's property right protected by the Fourteenth Amendment to the United States Constitution.",9360<br /><br /><br /><br /><br /><br /><br /><br />
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