Reopening of law-school case sought
Thursday, June 02, 2005
BY ELIZABETH GIBSON
board of governors are asking Cumberland County Court to reconsider its
dismissal of their case against
Judge Edward E. Guido last week denied claims brought by G. Thomas
Miller, Leslie Anne Miller and Tom Monteverde.
The three had claimed that the university bullied the governors board
into accepting a plan to build a second law campus in
They claimed the board violated procedures and failed to get an
objective evaluation of the two-campus plan.
In a motion filed yesterday, the Millers and Monteverde ask the court to
modify or change its decisions and reopen the case.
They said, among other things, that the court's refusal to force Penn
State President Graham Spanier and Rodney Erickson, executive vice
president and provost, to produce e-mails hampered their case.