Hyman v. Cornell University, No. 17-2631 (2nd Cir.) May 9, 2018.

Hyman was sanctioned by Cornell University for harassing a faculty member.  Her suit alleging violations of her First Amendment and Title IX rights was dismissed in 2011. The suit cannot be revived through addition of post judgment facts that in essence concern the same facts and occurrences in her original suit that do not present new claims.  The addition of two new defendants to the sixteen initially named will not change the result where the university adequately represented all the parties in privity in the original case.

Hyman v. Cornell Univ. (2nd Cir., 2018)

Hyman v. Cornell Univ., 834 F.Supp.2d 77, 280 Ed. Law Rep. 692 (N.D. N.Y., 2011)

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