Stotter v. University of Texas at San Antonio: How a Minor Dispute About a Professorís Office and Laboratory Became a Federal Lawsuit


by Richard Fossey & Marc Cutright - April 16, 2008

ďDonít make a mountain out of a molehill,Ē is a warning we hear from time to time. In other words, donít make too much of a problem that really isnít all that serious. When university administrators become annoyed with a subordinate over some minor matter and are tempted to take strong, unilateral action, they should think about the Stotter case. It is almost always better for academicians to resolve minor disputes among themselves and not in the courts.


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Cite This Article as: Teachers College Record, Date Published: April 16, 2008
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