New York state opens a yearlong window that allows sexual abuse victims who were assaulted as adults to sue their offender in a civil court regardless of how long ago the conduct occurred.
New York’s new Adult Survivor Act enables sexual abuse victims who were assaulted as adults to bring civil claims against their abusers regardless of how long ago the assault happened.
New legislation allows victims of child sex abuse to seek civil damages in federal court no matter how long ago the abuse took place.
Sexual abuse victims who were assaulted as adults will have a one-year window to sue their offender in a civil court.
Zen teacher and author Ezea Bayda and Zen Center of San Diego have reached a settlement with two former students over allegations of sexual assault and harassment.
Dr. Olivarius speaks about her work and support for the survivors of child sexual abuse.
Dr. Olivarius talks about the new wave of abuse cases facing the Spiritans in Ireland, and her work to win justice for survivors.
Tom Farr’s column in The Critic Magazine on how Twitter’s “Paywalled Videos” could open the door to nightmarish content.
Since the MeToo movement started 5 years ago, over 70 anti-harassment bills were passed across the US. Dr. Olivarius says this is a crucial development but more needs to be done to open up the civil court system for survivors.
Dr. Olivarius comments on the effectiveness of the University of Michigan’s plan for an independent ethics office. She says it is important that Title IX and similar offices are truly independent of university leadership and are given investigative powers.
Dr. Ann Olivarius comments on the return of Florida International University’s president after sexual harassment scandal.
The new practice represents victims of sexual abuse inflicted by members and leaders of religious, faith-based, and spiritual groups.