A donor to the law school at Georgetown University is suing to get millions in gifts refunded, The Dallas Morning News reported. According to the suit, on which Georgetown is not commenting, the gifts were supposed to result in a fitness center named for the donor, Scott K. Ginsburg. After a jury found him guilty of insider trading, the suit says, the university suggested that it would be best not to name a facility for him. But he says he never agreed to a change in the gift terms, so now he's suing.
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