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Topic - Robert Weiner
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"We were very pleased with the decision," said Robert Weiner, a New York City lawyer for Dongguk. "We believe we have lots of damages we can establish at trial."
Mr. Weiner said Dongguk is the most prestigious Buddhist university in the world and it suffered a huge blow to its reputation with the Shin scandal.