Rockefeller University is suing a handful of insurance companies that have provided it liability coverage in the past after they wouldn’t immediately agree to cover, or defend against, hundreds of child sex abuse claims levied against the institution.

Those claims are expected to be filed as part of the Child Victims Act, which will open a one-year revival window in New York for child sex abuse victims to bring civil litigation, regardless of when it happened.

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