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Suing Michael Jackson

A California appeals court ruled a new state law allowing victims of childhood sexual abuse to bring claims until their 40th birthday means two men suing pop star Michael Jackson’s corporations can pursue cases previously deemed untimely by trial courts.

LOS ANGELES – A California appeals court ruled a new state law allowing victims of childhood sexual abuse to bring claims until their 40th birthday means two men suing pop star Michael Jackson’s corporations can pursue cases previously deemed untimely by trial courts.

Categories / Appeals, Civil Rights, Entertainment

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