New York (CNN Business) — Editor’s note: CNN’s Jamie Ehrlich is a former staff member of the Chicago Maroon.
When a student journalist at the University of Chicago was handed a stack of documents allegedly found in a trash can, he had no idea it would lead to a subpoena that comes with $100 million on the line.
The article goes on to state the following:
The Pearson Family Members Foundation, which is led by Thomas L. Pearson and his brother Timothy R. Pearson, sent senior student and former editor-in-chief of The Chicago Maroon, Euirim Choi, a subpoena on Wednesday to turn over the documents as part of a lawsuit against the University of Chicago to return a $100 million donation that the family pledged to the school.
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