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Seven Penn State trustees are entitled to attorney fees and costs after a nearly two-year-long battle over access to the materials that formed the basis of the Freeh report, the Commonwealth Court has ruled.
Communications between attorneys and a public relations firm working with a hospital in connection with an internal investigation are not barred from discovery in a subsequent lawsuit under either the attorney-client privilege or work-product doctrine, the Pennsylvania Superior Court has ruled.
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