Tag: #StatuteOfLimitations

State v. Thompson

The New Jersey Supreme Court dealt with N.J.S.A. 2C:1-6(c), which states that a statute of limitations does not start to run until the State has both the physical evidence and

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Bradley v. W. Chester Univ.

The plaintiff filed a complaint alleging that West Chester University violated the Whistleblower Law by terminating her employment in retaliation for her good faith reports of wrongdoing and waste. The

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W.S. v. Hildreth

Once again, the New Jersey Appellate Division grappled with an untimely notice of claim under the Tort Claims Act. The plaintiff sued his former teacher and the school district that

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Alatrista v. Diamond Club

The Pennsylvania Superior Court held that an unverified complaint is sufficient to satisfy the statute of limitations. The plaintiffs sued after an incident at a strip club, alleging assault and

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Wiley v. Brooks

A family squabble ended up as a lesson in contracts taught by the Pennsylvania Superior Court. A father gifted his daughter and son-in-law some land and funded the subdivision of

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K.N.B. v. M.B.

The Pennsylvania Supreme Court held that a petition seeking a protective order under the Protection of Victims of Sexual Violence or Intimidation Act (“PVSVIA”) is subject to a six-year statute

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Rice v. Diocese of Altoona-Johnstown

Rice alleged Reverend Bodziak of the Diocese of Altoona-Johnstown sexually abused her from approximately 1974 through 1981. She did not sue until June 2016, thirty-five years after the alleged abuse

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Aly v. Valeant Pharm Int’l, Inc.

This was an appeal from the District Court’s order dismissing the complaint filed by individual shareholders of Valeant Pharmaceuticals Inc. as untimely. A class action was filed against Valeant on

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