Settlement negotiations between Penn State and victims in the Jerry Sandusky sex abuse scandal have commenced and are ongoing. Penn State has hired claims administrator Kenneth Feinberg to advise it in the settlement negotiations. Sandusky was sentenced to up to 60 years last fall after being found guilty of 45 sex abuse charges.
Source: New York Daily News
Meanwhile, while Penn State tries to reach settlements with victims of the sex abuse scandal, Pennsylvania Governor Tom Corbett presses on with his lawsuit that the NCAA was too hard on Penn State over the sex abuse scandal, as earlier reported, NCAA Wants Penn State Suit by Governor Thrown Out. What exactly is the Governor trying to do?