Yet another university legal department is caught up in dealing with a sexual abuse scandal, as a former staff gynecologist at the University of California, Los Angeles for 27 years has been charged with sexual battery and exploitation involving two patients.

UCLA is the latest example of campus doctors being accused of sex crimes, and the consequences have included internal investigations, lawsuits and multimillion-dollar legal fees at other schools. The scandals have also cost some general counsel their jobs.

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