Following the university’s appeal of his decision, a Philadelphia judge has issued an opinion outlining why a dispute between Penn State and its insurance company, stemming from the Jerry Sandusky sex-abuse scandal, should be litigated in Philadelphia.

The parties have agreed the matter should be coordinated. The only question, now set to be decided by the state Superior Court, is where — Centre County or Philadelphia?

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