The Los Angeles Times Profiles Eisenberg Rothweiler Client in Story About California’s New Sex Abuse Law

In an October 20 article about California extending its statute of limitations for sex abuse cases, the Los Angeles Times profiled one of Eisenberg Rothweiler’s clients who is preparing to sue the Boy Scouts of America. Our client alleges that he was sexually abused by his former assistant scoutmaster when he was a teenager.

The article notes that Abused in Scouting, a group of lawyers from three firms including Eisenberg Rothweiler who have banded together to take on the Boy Scouts, has provided about 1,000 redacted client case files to the Boy Scouts in recent months. The files contain the names of leaders accused of sexually abusing children, along with their troop designations and timelines of their alleged abuse.

You can read the Los Angeles Times’s article here.

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