In Wyo-Ben Inc. v. Haaland, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Tenth Circuit took up a case involving a broadly applicable federal statute of limitations. Its decision offers guidance on how district courts should apply the “continuing-violation” and “repeated-violations” doctrines in cases involving governmental inaction.

10th Circuit SpotlightThis month, the Tenth Circuit took up the federal statute of limitations that applies to all claims made against the United States. It then considered—and substantially clarified—how the continuing-violation and repeated-violations doctrines apply to a case involving longstanding inaction by a governmental official.

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