Penn State continues to claim that documents involving law firm Pepper Hamilton are protected by attorney-client privilege and should not be subject to a subpoena from the estate of late longtime football coach Joe Paterno. The Paternos, as well as former trustee Al Clemens, and former assistant coaches Bill Kenney and Jay Paterno, shown, are suing the NCAA, President Mark Emmert, former executive committee chairman Ed Ray and Penn State for breach of contract. The NCAA also is being sued for defamation, conspiracy, disparagement and contractual interference.
Penn State continues to claim that documents involving law firm Pepper Hamilton are protected by attorney-client privilege and should not be subject to a subpoena from the estate of late longtime football coach Joe Paterno. The Paternos, as well as former trustee Al Clemens, and former assistant coaches Bill Kenney and Jay Paterno, shown, are suing the NCAA, President Mark Emmert, former executive committee chairman Ed Ray and Penn State for breach of contract. The NCAA also is being sued for defamation, conspiracy, disparagement and contractual interference. CDT file photo
Penn State continues to claim that documents involving law firm Pepper Hamilton are protected by attorney-client privilege and should not be subject to a subpoena from the estate of late longtime football coach Joe Paterno. The Paternos, as well as former trustee Al Clemens, and former assistant coaches Bill Kenney and Jay Paterno, shown, are suing the NCAA, President Mark Emmert, former executive committee chairman Ed Ray and Penn State for breach of contract. The NCAA also is being sued for defamation, conspiracy, disparagement and contractual interference. CDT file photo