Penn State University News

Sandusky conviction appeal gets underway; Scandal-prompted litigation progresses

By Jon Campisi | Sep 18, 2013

A defense attorney representing convicted child molester Jerry Sandusky

Commonwealth Court overrules NCAA’s preliminary objections in case over Penn State fine money

By Jon Campisi | Sep 5, 2013

A Pennsylvania court is allowing a lawsuit initiated by a state legislator and

Pa. Superior Court to hold appeals hearings in high-profile cases in Luzerne County

By Jon Campisi | Aug 30, 2013

Appeals hearings in three high-profile criminal cases have been moved

Former Superior Court Pres. Judge Correale Stevens sworn in as new Pa. justice

By Jon Campisi | Jul 31, 2013

The Pennsylvania Supreme Court once again has a full complement of seven justices after

Legal bills for Corbett's failed antitrust suit against NCAA reported to be $383K and counting

By Jon Campisi | Jul 29, 2013

The antitrust lawsuit that Gov. Tom Corbett had filed against the NCAA relating to the

NCAA files preliminary objections to Paterno suit challenging Sandusky-related sanctions

By Jon Campisi | Jul 24, 2013

An attorney representing the National Collegiate Athletic Association in a

Commonwealth Court weighing mediation request in NCAA suit by state senator and treasurer

By Jon Campisi | Jun 21, 2013

Pennsylvania’s Commonwealth Court is expected to soon decide whether or not to allow

Judge dismisses Gov. Corbett's antitrust suit against NCAA

By Jon Campisi | Jun 6, 2013

Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Corbett’s antitrust lawsuit against the National Collegiate Athletic Association has officially been killed.

Judge postpones arguments over NCAA's motion to dismiss Corbett's antitrust suit

By Jon Campisi | May 1, 2013

The judge overseeing the commonwealth’s case against the NCAA over the sanctions

Pa. House subcommittee hears testimony on bill to up judicial retirement age

By Jon Campisi | Apr 19, 2013

A state House subcommittee recently held a hearing on a bill sponsored by a suburban

Pa. Treasurer joins senator's suit against NCAA over Penn State fine money

By Jon Campisi | Apr 3, 2013

Pennsylvania State Treasurer Rob McCord has joined as a plaintiff in a lawsuit filed by

Corbett opposes NCAA's motion to dismiss federal antitrust complaint

By Jon Campisi | Feb 27, 2013

And so the legal wrangling between the NCAA and Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Corbett

Pa. House passes bill to keep Penn State fine money in-state, Gov.'s signature expected

By Jon Campisi | Feb 14, 2013

A bill by a state lawmaker designed to keep within the commonwealth the fine money

Pepper Hamilton chooses former federal judge and FBI Director Louis Freeh as new chair

By Jon Campisi | Feb 6, 2013

The former FBI director and federal judge who made national news last year when he was

Sandusky, Penn State, Second Mile named in federal suit by 'John Doe 6'

By Jon Campisi | Jan 24, 2013

One of convicted child molester Jerry Sandusky’s victims has filed suit against the former

NCAA criticizes Pa. Gov. Corbett's federal antitrust complaint

By Jon Campisi | Jan 4, 2013

The National Collegiate Athletic Association has taken issue with a lawsuit filed against it

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