A former employee of a university was properly enjoined from setting up e-mail addresses and websites that gave the appearance of belonging to university employees, the Indiana Court of Appeals, Fourth District, ruled May 3 (Felsher v. University of Evansville, Ind. Ct. App., No. 82A04-9910-CV-455, 5/3/00).

William M. Felsher was employed as a French professor at the University of Evansville until his position was terminated in October 1991.

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