Former students of Y.U.’s high school for boys who claim they were abused say a federal judge’s decision to toss out their $680 million lawsuit against the school was “spectacularly wrong.”
A judge agreed with Yeshiva that too much time had passed before victims of alleged sex abuse filed a $680M suit. Why did another judge rule the opposite in a similar case?
Ex-Yeshiva students claim a federal judge created a ‘Catch-22’ for victims of sexual abuse by refusing to consider the impact of the school’s alleged cover-up.
Emotions bubbled up as former Yeshiva U. high school students who claim they were abused confronted lawyers for the school face-to-face in court for the first time.
A federal judge has ordered an independent medical examination of the mental health of Rabbi Norman Lamm, Yeshiva University’s former president, in the opening stages of a $380 million sex abuse lawsuit
Y.U. President Richard Joel expressed shame at the findings of a sex abuse investigation — while a lawyer for alleged victims dismissed the findings as a ‘gross disappointment.’
Legal experts are weighing in on a judge’s key ruling in the Y.U. abuse case. They say a crucial weapon has been taken away from the ex-students — and the school may dig in its heels.
Even more ex-students have signed onto a sex abuse lawsuit against Yeshiva University. But a federal judge’s ruling may make their case much harder to win.
EXCLUSIVE: Six more people claim Yeshiva covered up sex abuse claims. A Florida woman says she was abused after an accused Y.U. rabbi was allowed to leave for her school.
Former Y.U. high school students say they had no choice but to file a $380 million lawsuit claiming decades of abuse and lies. One declared: Yeshiva ‘must be held accountable.’