This case involves a high school teacher who was accused of more than 10 counts of assault against female students over the course of his 15 years of employment at the school. The teacher was ultimately arrested and plead guilty to all counts. Dating back as early as the teacher’s 4th year of his employment (shortly after he received tenure), the school district received parental reports about the teacher’s inappropriate conduct. In spite of parental complaints adding up over the years, the teacher’s file remained devoid of any mention of complaints. During the teacher’s 15 years of employment, the school had 4 different principals, none of whom advised parents of the difference between formal and informal complaints. An expert in educational misconduct was sought to discuss a school’s obligations to track and respond to assault complaints against a teacher.