Penn State Continues Work On Civil Suits With Sandusky Victims
Penn State will not get full resolution of its civil exposure to those claiming sexual abuse at the hands of Jerry Sandusky this year.
But that goal is still very much on track for early 2013, according to attorneys for the university and several would-be Sandusky plaintiffs.
University attorney Michael Rozen said negotiations have reached the dollars-and-cents stage in many cases, and some will advance to final stage negotiations in the near future, keeping alive hopes the university can avoid a lengthy siege of civil court actions from Sandusky’s victims.
The Feinberg Rozen firm is a national leader in mediation efforts with a portfolio that includes administering victims’ claims from the Sept. 11, 2001, terror attacks and the 2010 BP oil spill.
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