By VIRGINIA HENNESSEY
Herald Salinas Bureaumontereyherald.com
Palma High School in Salinas has been identified as one of the Christian Brothers schools that employed brothers or priests who were accused of child sexual abuse.
The Herald has learned that former Palma students will receive court-ordered notifications that they have until Aug. 1 to make an abuse claim or lose their right to do so in the future. A lawyer for one Palma alumnus said he is readying a claim.
The action rises out of the April bankruptcy filing by the Irish Christian Brothers and the Christian Brothers Institute of New York in the wake of sexual abuse claims.
An attorney representing the plaintiffs in the claims said the court agreed to issue the Christian Brothers a “bar date,” or claim deadline, on the condition they identify all schools where alleged perpetrators were employed.
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