Michigan State University continues its search for a new general counsel while the legal problems and lawyers’ fees keep piling up in the lingering aftermath of sports doctor Larry Nassar’s sexual abuse scandal.

In the past week, a Michigan state judge ruled that former president Lou Anna Simon, who resigned her post under pressure from the scandal and later retired, must stand trial on four criminal charges that she lied to investigators about what she knew and when she knew it. Simon faces several years in prison if convicted.

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