Penn State University News

Pa. files federal antitrust suit against NCAA over Penn State sanctions stemming from Sandusky scandal

By Jon Campisi | Jan 3, 2013

The Commonwealth of Pennsylvania is suing the NCAA over allegations that the college

PSU settlement talks relating to Sandusky scandal continue into 2013

By Jon Campisi | Dec 27, 2012

The attorneys retained by Penn State University to handle the legal fallout from the Jerry

McQueary's whistleblower suit against Penn State allowed to proceed, judge rules

By Jon Campisi | Dec 21, 2012

A senior Pennsylvania judge has refused to put on hold a lawsuit initiated against Penn

Task Force recommends widespread changes to Pa. child protection laws in wake of Penn State scandal

By Jon Campisi | Nov 28, 2012

A panel created by the state legislature following the Jerry Sandusky child sex-abuse

Sandusky judge grants extension for defense post-trial motions' brief

By Jon Campisi | Nov 20, 2012

The Pennsylvania judge who sentenced convicted child molester Jerry Sandusky to three-

Penn State board authorizes subcommittee to approve possible Sandusky settlements

By Jon Campisi | Oct 31, 2012

The Board of Trustees of Penn State University during a special meeting

Judge approves stipulation halting transferring of Second Mile's assets pending resolution of civil claims

By Jon Campisi | Sep 5, 2012

A judge in Centre County has approved of a stipulation that had been filed between The Second Mile, the Pennsylvania Attorney General’s Office and counsel for Jerry Sandusky’s sex-abuse victims that puts on hold any distribution of assets by The Second Mile pending the resolution of civil claims against Sandusky.

Firm of man who conducted PSU child sex-abuse probe acquired by Phila. firm Pepper Hamilton

By Jon Campisi | Aug 30, 2012

The Philadelphia law firm of Pepper Hamilton LLP announced this week that it has

Phila. attorneys acknowledge representing Sandusky victim in pending civil action

By Jon Campisi | Jul 30, 2012

Two Philadelphia attorneys have acknowledged representing one of the central figures in

Second civil filing in Phila. court against convicted child molester Sandusky, Penn State and Second Mile

By Jon Campisi | Jul 6, 2012

The fallout from the Pennsylvania State University child sex-abuse scandal continued late

Sandusky victims' attorneys seek to block The Second Mile from transferring assets

By Jon Campisi | Jun 28, 2012

Three victims who as minors were sexually abused by former Penn State assistant

Attorney for central Pa. newspaper reporter seeks to quash client's subpoena to testify in Sandusky case

By Jon Campisi | Jun 20, 2012

An attorney for a central Pennsylvania newspaper reporter whose articles on the case

Insurance co. not required to indemnify Sandusky for potential damages arising out of sex-abuse case, judge rules

By Jon Campisi | Jun 6, 2012

A federal judge in Harrisburg has partially ruled in favor of an insurance company seeking declaratory judgment that it does not have to indemnify Jerry Sandusky for potential damages that may arise out of child sex-abuse allegations against the former Penn State University assistant football coach.

Judge in Sandusky case orders release of certain records, grants motions to quash subpoenas in other circumstances

By Jon Campisi | May 11, 2012

The judge overseeing the Jerry Sandusky child sex-abuse case in central Pennsylvania issued a mixed ruling May 10 regarding subpoenas served by the defense on various schools and organizations.

Sandusky's attorney requests delayed start of trial; former coach McQueary intends to sue Penn State

By Jon Campisi | May 10, 2012

The attorney representing accused child molester Jerry Sandusky has filed court papers seeking to have the judge overseeing the sex-abuse case push back the trial’s June 5 start date.

Sandusky judge denies prosecutors' request to quash certain subpoenas served by defense

By Jon Campisi | May 4, 2012

The judge presiding over the Jerry Sandusky child sex-abuse case has denied a request by state prosecutors to quash certain subpoenas by the former Penn State assistant football coach’s defense attorney.

Central Pa. school district files motion to quash Sandusky subpoena

By Jon Campisi | May 1, 2012

A school district in central Pennsylvania attended by one of accused child molester Jerry Sandusky’s alleged victim’s is objecting to a subpoena drafted by the former Penn State University assistant football coach’s defense attorney.

Sandusky judge issues gag order

By Jon Campisi | Apr 10, 2012

The judge presiding over the upcoming child molestation trial of former Penn State University assistant football coach Jerry Sandusky has instituted a gag order in the case, preventing anyone directly involved with the pending trial from communicating with the media.

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