Phila. Judge Says Penn State Insurance Dispute Belongs in FJD

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Following the university's appeal of his decision, a Philadelphia judge has issued an opinion outlining why a dispute between Penn State and its insurance company, stemming from the Jerry Sandusky sex-abuse scandal, should be litigated in Philadelphia.

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  • Robert A

    I think in the end the insurer is entitled to a fair review outside PSU sphere of influence. I am not sure the insurer ought to be responsible when PSU had an opportunity to stop the bleeding. In the event the carrier is on the hook for losses then what if any responsibility does PSU bear for its inaction?
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