What is California’s Statute of Limitations on Sexual Assault Charges?*This post was originally published on January 15, 2018. It has been updated to include new information. Awareness and activism around sexual assault has grown significantly over the past few...

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Uber and Lyft End Mandatory Arbitration in Sexual Assault CasesRidesharing companies Uber and Lyft are both lifting the arbitration requirement for sexual assault claims. Victims can now pursue their claims in court, or they can opt for mediation or...

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Sexual Harassment in the Trucking IndustryMore than 100 women are involved in a class action lawsuit against a trucking company for sexual harassment issues in the workplace. The company is CRST Expedited, the largest team...

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What Recourse is Available for Sexual Abuse Victims?Sexual abuse is an ongoing problem across the U.S. Recent cases, such as the Larry Nassar case, have brought the issue into focus. Victims have been emboldened to come forward...

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House Passes Bill to Protect Young Athletes from Sexual AbuseAs the high-profile Larry Nassar sexual abuse trial comes to an end, lawmakers are working to improve protection for young athletes. Nassar pled guilty to 10 counts of first-degree sexual...

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Uber Hit with Class-Action over Sexual Assault ClaimsUber faces a class-action lawsuit over sexual assault by its drivers. The lawsuit was filed in the North District of California in November by two anonymous women who were assaulted...

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