A well-known labor and employment expert has been removed from the classroom at Marquette University Law School amid allegations of an inappropriate relationship with a student.

The university removed Paul Secunda from the classroom two weeks before the end of the fall semester, the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reported Thursday. University officials told the Journal that the decision was “the result of information developed from an investigation that began last May.” They declined to offer more details on the investigation or its origins, and a campus spokeswoman did not respond to requests for comment Thursday.

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