Statute of Limitations Doesn't Apply In UConn Law Library Lawsuit

With the recent decision in State v. Lombardo Brothers Mason Contractors, et al., a unanimous Connecticut Supreme Court squarely holds that the state of Connecticut is not bound by statutes of limitations or repose when it wants to sue years later, thanks to a centuries-old doctrine known as "nullum tempus."

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  • RD Legal Funding

    This is great for plaintiffs who feel they have a case. In general, sometimes plaintiff cases can take a long time to build and some evidence is hard to find for lawsuits. This helps the plaintiffs get their cases together and actually balances the fight between the plaintiffs and the law library who are flush with cash.

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