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  • History of Allegations of Sexual Abuse Against the Boy Scouts of America
    History of Allegations of Sexual Abuse Against the Boy Scouts of America

    The Boy Scouts of America seems to have an ongoing problem of sexual abuse against children that dates back to the early days of the organization. The abuse allegations have resulted in thousands of ...

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  • Tolling the Statute of Limitations when Sexual Abuse is Alleged
    Tolling the Statute of Limitations when Sexual Abuse is Alleged

    On August 27, 2012, in Doe v. Defendant Doe 1 (California Courts of Appeal – 2nd District, No. B233498), the court held that notice must be provided to run the statute of limitations where the ...

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  • Arbitration Clauses
    Arbitration Clauses

    On August 20, 2012, in Sparks v. Vista Del Mar Child and Family Services (2012 DJAR 11581), the court did not uphold an employment arbitration clause. The court underscored the critical nature of ...

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  • Class Certification is Properly Denied
    Class Certification is Properly Denied

    On August 30, 2012 in Hernandez v. Chipotle Mexican Grill Inc. (California Courts of Appeal – 2nd District, No. B216004), the court held that where an individual inquiry would be required to establish ...

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  • Employer Exercising Option Not to Renew Contract Cannot be Sued for Wrongful Termination
    Employer Exercising Option Not to Renew Contract Cannot be Sued for Wrongful Termination

    On August 16, 2012, in Touchstone Television Productions v. Superior Court (Sheridan) (California Courts of Appeal– 2nd District, No. B241137), the court held that when an employer simply decides not ...

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  • Waiving Class Arbitration for Wage and Hour Class Actions
    Waiving Class Arbitration for Wage and Hour Class Actions

    On August 13, 2012 in Truly Nolen of America v. Superior Court (Miranda) (California Courts of Appeal– 4th District, No. D060519), the court held that there were not enough facts to rule regarding the ...

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