Judge rules lawyer's sex abuse claim against his prep school will proceed

Simpson Thacher partner says he was victim of coach's sexual abuse at Brooklyn prep school

, The Am Law Daily


Simpson Thacher & Bartlett partner Philip Culhane finds a measure of peace in a federal judge's ruling Tuesday that a prominent Brooklyn prep school can't argue that New York State's statute of limitations should automatically nullify a lawsuit in which Culhane and 11 other men claim they were sexually molested by a revered football coach school — and that school officials covered up the serial sexual abuse.

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