Chapman University economics professor David Berkovitz is suing students who allegedly tried to cheat on his exams

ORANGE, Calif. (KABC) – A Chapman University professor is suing his students who allegedly tried to cheat on his exams.

the OC register says Professor David Berkovitz’s attorneys filed the lawsuit last week.

Berkovitz teaches at the George L. Argyros School of Business and Economics. The lawsuit alleges the students participated in copyright infringement by posting last year’s midterm and final exams on a website.

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The lawsuit alleges one of his students, identified in the lawsuit as “John Doe” because he does not yet know who the student is, participated in copyright infringement by posting two exams on Course Hero, a website where Finding answers to two of his tests were uploaded for students to see.

Attorneys for Berkowitz say the tests included a warning that the exams should not be reproduced and were in fact copyrighted. They say they plan to subpoena the site to find out who the students are.

Berkowitz is seeking unspecified damages.

The university says it is not involved in the lawsuit.

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