Boy Scouts proposes $850 million settlement to sexual abuse survivors. Insurance companies could potentially be required to contribute billions more.
The rideshare company Lyft continues to delay releasing data around physical and sexual assaults. The company has also clashed with victims.
California bishops filed motions challenging law AB 218. The law expands legal opportunities for child sex abuse victims, including a 3-year “look back” window.
The Chicago Archdiocese agreed to a settlement of $880,000. The settlement is the latest case involving the abusive priest Norbert Maday.
Despite company policies against underage riders, several Uber and Lyft drivers have been criminally charged with sexual offenses against minors using the apps.
Colorado lawmakers passed a bill to open a 3-year “look back” window. Many older survivors of child sexual abuse will have a renewed chance to seek justice.