Massachusetts’ top court on Thursday revived a lawsuit against Harvard University over its usage of photos taken of a woman’s enslaved ancestors, a win for Connecticut-based firm Koskoff Koskoff & Bieder.
The court said Harvard may be liable for emotional distress the woman suffered as a result of how the university treated her requests for information about the images.
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