CHILD USA filed this brief in support of Plaintiff seeking reversal of the lower court’s decision dismissing their child sexual abuse claims after concluding that the notice of claim requirements attached to government claims were still required for child sexual abuse claims that have been revived by the Child Protection Act. CHILD USA argues that the plain meaning of the Child Protection Act and the legislative history make it clear that the notice of claim requirement should be lifted for child sexual abuse claims, and that the research surrounding the delayed disclosure of abuse confirms the Child Protection Act’s goal of creating avenues for victims to bring claims when they are ready.Brief of Amicus Curiae CHILD USA - watermark
Doe v. Arizona Board of Regents, et al.
March 21, 2022
Arizona Court of Appeals, Division One
1 CA-CV 21-0509
* Court Acceptance Pending