STATE COLLEGE — The Penn State University Outing Club, a 169-member club focused on hiking, running and backpacking, will no longer be going out because the university believes it is too risky.
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A federal judge has ruled that Summer Study Programs Inc. must pay Penn State University nearly $320,000 for providing students with “room, board and computer access” during a summer program in 2016, according to a recent decision filed in the U.S. District Court for the Middle District of Pennsylvania.
PITTSBURGH – A mobile truck crane which killed one man and seriously injured another during construction work on the campus of Penn State University, has led to a three-count negligence and loss of consortium lawsuit against the manufacturer and contractor behind the device being used.
SCRANTON — An employee is suing Penn State University, alleging violation of the Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA).
HARRISBURG — The Commonwealth Court has reversed the Court of Common Pleas of Centre County's order to deny reimbursement of attorneys fees and costs to a group of Penn State University trustees related to their efforts to access documents used in the Freeh Report.
PHILADELPHIA – A panel of appellate judges have decided to uphold a trial court’s decision of summary judgment in a breach of contract and wrongful termination case brought by a former medical college professor.
PHILADELPHIA – Due to a lack of evidence to the contrary, a federal appeals court affirmed a prior judgment granting summary judgment to a Penn State University research assistant in a defamation and tortious interference case.
Facing possible deportion, suspended Penn State student accused of sexual misconduct obtains injunction
A Penn State University student recently obtained a temporary injunction on due process grounds that will keep him enrolled after he was accused of sexual misconduct and suspended.
HARRISBURG - An allegedly dishonest campaign advertisement from 2011 forced the
HARRISBURG - After months of chipping away, the last gasps of the harshly punitive consent decree between NCAA and Penn State University have been snuffed out after the inter-collegiate athletics governing body agreed to restore the football team's record under Coach Joe Paterno's leadership and allow the proceeds from the $60 million fine to remain in Pennsylvania programs.
With the plan to settle out of court disrupted by a Commonwealth Court judge's order to
Citing remarkable progress in the school's efforts to improve its campus security and protocols regarding reports of sexual abuse, officials with the NCAA have agreed to relax parts of its sanction against Penn State University.
The money collected from the largest fine levied against a university by the NCAA should
A former assistant prosecutor in suburban Philadelphia has joined the Blue
Commonwealth Court upholds Endowment Act relating to Penn State sex-abuse fine; orders university joined as party to litigation
Pennsylvania’s Commonwealth Court upheld a law passed in the wake of
The Pennsylvania Supreme Court has declined to hear the appeal of Jerry
Former Penn State University President Graham Spanier, who is facing
Twenty-six victims of Jerry Sandusky, the former Penn State assistant
A Philadelphia paralegal who has worked in the profession for three