Coach Bev Kearney’s lawsuit has returned back to the trial court. She will soon start deposing various officials, including former Coach Mack Brown. She also plans to depose former school president, Bill Powers and former Athletic Director, DeLoss Dodds.

I previously wrote about her lawsuit here. Coach Kearney alleges she received harsher discipline in 2013

Coach Bev Kearney was placed on suspension in 2012 when it was discovered she had a long-term relationship with a student. Even though she had won six national track titles at the University of Texas, she was disciplined when the administration learned of the affair. She was then fired. See my prior posts here and

Many, if not all discrimination cases, require that the employee compare him/herself to other employees. It is simply the nature of employment lawsuits that a victim alleges s/he was treated differently than others. To make that allegation, the employee must seek documents and records concerning his/her fellow employees. So, it is no surprise that Coach

Well, she said she would and now she has.  Coach Bev Kearney filed suit against the University of Texas alleging race discrimination.  She has filed suit alleging discrimination based on race and gender.  I previously wrote about her EEOC charge here and here.  In her lawsuit, she claims that she was treated differently than

The lawyer for Bev Kearney, former track coach at the University of Texas, says they will file suit, soon regarding her EEOC complaint.  Coach Kearney won six national titles in track at UT.  Her EEOC complaint alleges discrimination based on race, gender and retaliation.  She was suspended because school officials discovered she had had a

Coach Bev Kearney, the former track and field coach for the women’s team at the University of Texas, was forced out in 2012.  It was discovered that she had once had a relationship with a student-athlete in 2003.  According to her lawyer, Derek Howard, UT has a culture allowing such relationships.  Mr. Howard claims they