Update: For those looking for a copy of the complaint and the relevant employment contract documents in the case, read on. For those also interested in the federal removal jurisdiction questions at play, see the following original post and its comments, as well as this post (which links to a copy of the removal notice), this post discussing the alter-ego doctrine, and this post addressing WVU's motion to remand (and linking to the same and accompanying memo).
Update #2: WVU has filed an amended complaint adding a breach of contract claim after Rodriguez failed to make the first payment on the $4 million buyout. This post now has a link to the text of that document.
As those of you who are interested in such things certainly already know, WVU has filed a declaratory judgment action against Rich Rodriguez (hereinafter "The Rat Bastard" or "TRB") seeking a ruling that the university lived up to its obligations under TRB's employment contract and is entitled to liquidated damages of $4 million. For your perusing pleasure, I am posting a copy of the complaint, which has the contract documents attached as exhibits.
(Bonus content/pop quiz: True or False: TRB's lawyers can successfully remove this case to federal court. Best answer and cursory-but-correct-explanation wins an undetermined prize of little or no monetary value. Leave your answer --and e-mail address, if I don't know you-- in the comments).