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Angelo A. Stio, III Quoted in New Jersey Law Journal Article, 'Student Expelled on Sex Assault Charge Can't Sue Rider as 'Doe,' Judge Says'

8/08/2018
Angelo A. Stio, III Quoted in New Jersey Law Journal Article, 'Student Expelled on Sex Assault Charge Can't Sue Rider as 'Doe,' Judge Says'

Angelo A. Stio, III (CIPP/US), a partner in the Litigation and Dispute Resolution Department and vice chair of the Trial and Dispute Resolution Practice Group of Pepper Hamilton, was quoted in the August 8, 2018 New Jersey Law Journal article, "Student Expelled on Sex Assault Charge Can't Sue Rider as 'Doe,' Judge Says."

A lawyer for Rider, Angelo Stio III of Pepper Hamilton in Princeton, didn't return a call about the case Wednesday but said in court papers that Vartan's statement to the media "ironically called public attention to the very case in which plaintiff wants to remain anonymous." Stio added that, "under the most basic principles of equity, plaintiff cannot be permitted to publicly levy serious and baseless allegations against Rider and its employees, without being required to reveal his name in the same open forum."

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