FILE — In this Mar 20, 2019 record print a home that once belonged to Peter Brand sits among trees, in Needham, Mass. Harvard University has dismissed Brand, a longtime fencing coach, over a sale of his suburban Boston home to a rich businessman whose teenage son was after certified to a propagandize and assimilated a team. (Suzanne Kreiter/The Boston Globe around AP, File)
Harvard University has dismissed a fencing manager over a sale of his home for scarcely double a assessed value to a rich businessman whose teenage son was after certified to a propagandize and assimilated a team.
Athletic Director Bob Scalise pronounced in an emailed matter Tuesday that conduct fencing manager Peter Brand has been dismissed for violating Harvard’s conflict-of-interest policy.
The Boston Globe reported in Apr that Brand perceived scarcely $1 million in 2016 for his suburban Boston three-bedroom house, that was assessed during a time during about $550,000.
The buyer, Jie Zhao, never lived in a home and sole it during a high detriment 17 months later. Both group repudiate wrongdoing.
Brand’s lawyer, Douglas Brooks, called Brand’s stop “unfair, unwarranted, and an gross harm to a constant employee.” Brooks says Brand is deliberation his authorised options.