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Moot court season in full swing
Penn State Law students are in the middle of a busy spring moot court season. So far, students have traveled to competitions in Pittsburgh, Virginia, New Jersey, New York, and Washington.
Advocates and legal experts will discuss legal and ethical issues of sexual assault cases at a public event set for 6:00 p.m. on April 15 in honor of Sexual Assault Awareness Month. CLE credits are available for this event, which will be live in the Greg Sutliff Auditorium of the Lewis Katz Building in University Park and simulcast to 029, Lewis Katz Hall in Carlisle, PA.
Whistleblowing
In the last five years the U.S. Department of Justice reported more than $19 billion recovered through False Claims Act cases alleging fraud against the government, including more than $12 billion recovered in cases involving health care industries. On March 20, the Law School will host "Whistleblower Laws in the 21st Century: Greater Rewards, Heightened Risks, Increased Complexity" that will examine the modern use of whistleblower laws.
Judge Cheryl Lynn Allen
The public is welcome to observe as a three-judge panel of the Pennsylvania Superior Court sits in a special argument session at Penn State Law in University Park on April 1 and 2 where they plan to hear cases involving matters of civil, criminal, and family law.
"Too Big to Fail"
Five years after regulators and the U.S. Treasury determined that it was too systematically risky to permit Citibank and Bank of America to fail, banking experts are asking whether “too big to fail” is still a threat to the U.S. economy. “Too Big to Fail” will be in the Greg Sutliff Auditorium of University Park’s Lewis Katz Building and simulcast to Room 106 of Lewis Katz Hall at the Carlisle Campus on April 11, 2014.

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