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Ten years ago, Hayward attorney Richard Simons’ practice got a boon from the state Legislature in the form of a one-year window to file sex abuse cases against churches even if the statute of limitations on the claims had passed. During that time, he took on a series of clients who wanted to sue the Catholic Church, and the child sex abuse niche turned into a business for him.
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