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Saturday, August 13, 2016

Judge Leete issues split decision in Paterno v. NCAA case

By Lori Falce
Centre Daily Times
The discovery battle between the estate of longtime Penn State football coach Joe Paterno and the university’s law firms saw scores on both sides with an order posted Friday.

The order was dated Thursday, when Potter County Senior Judge John Leete, specially presiding in the Centre County case between the Paternos and the NCAA, signed it.

The estate has fought with the university and its lawyers for years over what information should be released and what shouldn’t in the case. Penn State was previously a party to the lawsuit but has since been removed. However, the discovery of information related to the Louis Freeh investigation of the Jerry Sandusky child sex abuse scandal is still at the heart of the case.

Penn State has argued that it has an attorney-client relationship with Freeh, Sporkin and Sullivan, one of the firms of former FBI director Freeh.

Leete said no.

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