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Chester County DA Tom Hogan tells SAVVY that no trial date has been set but that “most criminal cases in Chester County reach a resolution in 6 to 12 months, depending on defense motions and other factors.” Summertime – and the livin’s not easy in T/E. “The Main Line’s the Bermuda Triangle for restaurants,” he says.“No one except Marty Grims’ [White Dog Cafes, Autograph] has a real track record of success here.EEO Employer: Race, Religion, Color, National Origin, Citizenship, Sex, Age, Disability, Ancestry, Veteran Status, Genetic Information, Service in the Uniformed Services or any other classification protected by law.The Tredyffrin/Easttown School District is absorbing yet another fusillade – this one, an utterly explosive federal lawsuit that, in effect, blames Conestoga, its culture and staff for the months-long sexual abuse of a female student by a teacher’s aide.Ross Feller Casey has “successfully litigated a series of seven- and eight-figure settlements involving child sexual abuse in a variety of settings,” according to its website.The suit against T/E, filed June 8, is already featured prominently on the site.We obtained and reviewed the 35-page Phillips lawsuit.
He confirmed that the suit was discussed behind closed doors in executive session.The student was 15; the aide, Arthur Phillips, was 67. To bolster its case, the suit details T/E’s “recent history of sex-related scandals”: The suit says the three scandals show a “pattern of deliberate and reckless indifference to signs of ongoing sexual harassment and sexual abuse” in the district.That “culture of indifference,” the suit alleges, “created a culture in its schools that permitted Phillips’ predatory conduct.” For those not up to speed: Phillips, of Potter Lane in Wayne, was arrested in April and sits in county prison awaiting trial on 100 criminal counts including felony statutory sexual assault, involuntary deviate sexual intercourse, aggravated indecent assault of a person under age 16, and child endangerment.It was not, however, mentioned during the public part of the board’s June meeting.Other things we learned from Roos: What happens next?