NEW YORK (AP) - Lawyer Gloria Allred is asking New York's attorney general to investigate Syracuse University's handling of sex abuse allegations against an assistant basketball coach.
Allred says Friday that she believes Syracuse violated a federal law that requires universities to disclose information about crime on campus.
She is asking New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman to investigate whether Syracuse violated the law, called the Clery Act.
Allred represents two men who say they were abused by former Syracuse assistant basketball coach Bernie Fine. Fine was fired last year and denies the allegations.
The men, Bobby Davis and Michael Lang, joined Allred at a Manhattan news conference.
Davis says if Syracuse violated the Clery Act, it should be held accountable.
A spokesman for Schneiderman did not return a call seeking comment.