The word that bothers me, of course, is "concurring." Concur means to agree, to act together or cooperate, to occur at the same time or to converge, and it seems like an odd sentence structure. It would never had occurred to me to use concurring as a verb.
And, yes, that sentence is way too long (56 words), for a lead sentence or otherwise.
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