Four years after the suit was first filed, specially presiding Judge Thomas Gavin told a Centre County jury Tuesday morning that he expects closing arguments on Thursday morning with deliberations to follow.
“I thought it was the best way to keep Mike safe and minimize any chance for a disturbance otherwise,” Erickson said.
Former Penn State football assistant coach Mike McQueary took the stand Friday to testify in his whistle-blower and defamation lawsuit against the university.
Spanier testified for the first time in open court about what he knew or didn’t know about allegations against Jerry Sandusky in 1998 and 2001, and about the statement he issued in support of two former administrators charged in an alleged concealment of Sandusky’s child sexual abuse.
Testifying on the third day of trial in McQueary’s lawsuit against Penn State, investigator Anthony Sassano described McQueary as a crucial figure leading to the arrest of Sandusky in 2011 on child sexual abuse charges.
Yet another serious charge against former administrator Tim Curley was dropped, granted Judge John Boccabella, who’s presiding over the Spanier,…
The court battle has ended between Penn State and its insurer over who was responsible for more than $90 million in settlements for claims of child sexual abuse by Jerry Sandusky.
The NCAA was ordered to produce all documents relating to the repeal of sanctions levied against Penn State. These documents included communication between the NCAA and its board of administrators along with Penn State.