MBK Files Reply on behalf of Penn State Alumni Elected Trustees to Inspect Corporate Information



On behalf of their clients, seven Trustees elected by the Penn State Alumni, MBK filed a comprehensive response to Penn State’s continued refusal to permit them to inspect the source material used to create the Freeh Report.  In the June 22, 2015 filing in the Centre County Court of Common Pleas, the Petitioner Trustees outlined the Freeh Report’s continuing impact on the University and identified the myriad of ways that the Freeh Report continues to implicate the fiduciary obligations they owe to the University. A July status conference is scheduled. 

Read Centre Daily Times Article 



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Frank represents both companies and individuals in investigations, in trials and on appeals. Frank tried more than twenty complex medical malpractice cases to verdict in counties throughout Northeastern and Central Pennsylvania.

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