A former student at the Kent School, a private boarding school in Connecticut, sued Kent on Wednesday, alleging that administrators did not do enough
"They are closed systems, especially residential private schools where kids are separated from their parents,” said  Paul Mones , a lawyer who re
Attorney Paul Mones and Attorney Irwin Zalkin announced the filing of a civil lawsuit for alleged sexual abuse on Tuesday against the American Youth S
A lawsuit alleging that the American Youth Soccer Organization failed to shield four unnamed players in Lancaster, California, from coach Renoir Vince
Four sex abuse victims are suing the American Youth Soccer Organization (AYSO) for allegedly failing to protect them from  Renoir Valenti , the L
The American Youth Soccer Organization failed to protect children from a former Antelope Valley coach who was convicted last year of molesting 14 boys
DALLAS — The Boy Scouts of America have settled a lawsuit filed by a former San Antonio Scout who said his adult leader abused him, officials on both
Thomas Abner, 26, sued the Boy Scouts in February 2013, claiming his former scoutmaster, Steven Woodard — who is now deceased — abused him at a local
A Riverside County judge will make the difficult decision Monday about whether the boy, now 12, possessed the mental capacity to know it was wrong to
GAINESVILLE — Jessie James “Jamie” Slocum Jr. of Branford was the kind of small-town model citizen that everybody could admire — church deacon, town c
PDT SAN FRANCISCO — More than a thousand Boy Scout leaders around the nation who served between 1965 and 1985 had allegedly molested boys, with at lea
Updated at 6:45 pm ET — More than 1,200 formerly secret Boy Scouts’ files detailing accusations of child sex abuse within the organization from 1965 t
With the release this week of 1,200 confidential files on suspected sexual abuse from past decades, the Boy Scouts of America faces the prospect of a
PORTLAND, Ore. — In August 1981, the father of three Boy Scouts in western Colorado wrote in deep despair to scouting supervisors: a familiar local sc
A Portland law firm made history Thursday by releasing internal Boy Scout files on 1,247 volunteers expelled from Scouting because they were suspected