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The top story this morning is attorneys sparring over motions at a hearing in Harrisburg yesterday for two former Penn State administrators. As reporter Ben Present writes, former athletic director Tim Curley’s attorney argued prosecutors had lodged an “unorthodox” perjury case against Curley.
Above the fold on Page 1, reporter Saranac Hale Spencer writes that the Third Circuit will hear arguments again regarding whether the Easton Area School District could ban breast-cancer awareness bracelets stamped with the phrase “I [heart] boobies.” This time the case will be heard en banc.
Below the fold on Page 1, reporter Gina Passarella writes that Elliott Greenleaf has settled its suit against Stevens & Lee and its ex-partner who left to join that firm. The parties cited a confidentiality clause in refusing to divulge the details of the settlement.
In a Commentary on Page 5, Andrea M. Kirshenbaum writes about life lessons learned from watching her son’s Little League baseball team.
In a Bankruptcy Update on Page 7, Rudolph J. Di Massa Jr. writes about a case lenders should take note of, Commerce Bank/Harrisburg N.A. v. Kessler.
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