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David Paul Horowitz and Lukas M. Horowitz David Paul Horowitz and Lukas M. Horowitz

Portions of the Child Victims Act took effect Feb. 14, 2019, and the one-year revival window for civil claims that were previously time-barred, opened Aug. 14, 2019 (see Part One of this column published on that date). While litigants have taken advantage of the revival window, it may not result in the anticipated deluge of new filings. Whether this is reflective of the actual number of cases, or a strategic response to the “fast track” created for these cases, discussed below, remains to be seen.

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