1. Always comply with a court order.
2. Never hide relevant documents that are the subject of a legitimate request in civil litigation.
3. Admit your mistakes and do everything you can to repair the damage.
LSU has acted contrary to all this good advice, and it will pay the price.
LSU should fire him
This afternoon, two sheriff's deputies went on campus to get the documents and came away empty handed. LSU claims it has no documents to turn over and that all relevant documents pertaining to its presidential search are in the hands of William Funk and Associates, an executive search firm located in Dallas.
In short, LSU has contemptuously defied Judge Clark's order, acting no doubt on the advice of its
|Say you''re sorry, Bobby|
This is going to end badly for LSU. It made a huge mistake toying with Judge Clark. What can it do to begin repairing the damage?
First, it should fire Jimmy Faircloth, who gave LSU such bad advice.
Second, it should fire Bill Funk and never again use an executive search firm that insists on secrecy in an LSU executive search.
Third, Bobby Yarborough, the chairman of the LSU Board of Supervisors, should go to Judge Clark's court without an attorney and turn over the documents Judge Clark demanded. Then Mr. Yarborough
|Oh yeah. Fire this guy too.|