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  • Penn State’s insurance provider wants to limit coverage in the Sandusky child abuse case.  [Legal Intelligencer]  Well, aren’t intentional torts and criminal acts usually excluded? Meanwhile, Sandusky’s attorney accuses the attorney general of an “embellished report” that led to Joe Paterno’s ouster.  [ESPN]
  • Uh oh.  When Penn State executives Tim Curley and Gary Schultz testified before the grand jury investigating Jerry Sandusky, both men testified that they were represented by Penn State general counsel Cynthia Baldwin.  Baldwin, of course, says she was representing her employer Penn State and that it’s all a big misunderstanding. But that sort of begs the question, why would she have been in the grand jury room at all if she were just representing Penn State? [Patriot]  You’ll recall that Baldwin has resigned and Penn State is looking for someone new.
  • Bill DeWeese’s corruption case goes to the jury today.  Yesterday DeWeese told the jurors: “I did nothing wrong.”  [Post-Gazette]
  • The federal district judge ruled that West Penn must give UPMC about half of the information requested in the 2009 lawsuit initially filed by West Penn against Highmark and UPMC.  [Post-Gazette]
  • Harrisburg’s Widener Law School and 11 others were sued for misrepresenting job figures to prospective students.  [Thomson]
  • Rumor has it that the Pennsylvania Supreme Court may issue its much-anticipated redistricting decision today.  [PoliticsPA]  Stay tuned!