Sexual Exploitation & Assault Lawyers

Important Update: February 2020

The State of New York recently passed the Child Victims Act (CVA) which resets the Statute of Limitations for anyone who was subjected to childhood sexual abuse in New York.

You now have until 2020 to file a legal action against sexual predators and the institutions which enable them.

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Our firm has years of experience litigating sexual assault cases for both adults and minors, and I am sensitive to the needs of survivors who have been subjected to this conduct.

For a limited time, you now have a path forward.

If you’re a survivor of sexual exploitation and abuse, please contact us for a 100% confidential and free consultation about your case at (212) 233-3600.

You’re not alone anymore.

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Lawsuit Updates

  • January 1, 1970 Update:

    Over 1,300 survivors have come forward to file civil lawsuits against child sexual predators.

    The current law allowing these cases to be filed is set to expire at midnight on August 13, 2020.

    If you have a case, contact us now for a free consultation.

    We’re happy to answer any questions you have, and all conversations are 100% free and confidential – please contact us at (212) 233-3600.

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We’re currently investigating this case and many other cases involving serial sexual predators.

As more information becomes available on our cases, we will share it on the The DiPietro Law Firm Twitter account (@atdipietro).

If you’re a survivor of sexual exploitation and abuse, please contact our Free Consultation Helpline for a 100% confidential and free consultation about your case at (212) 233-3600.

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Here, at The DiPietro Law Firm, we’re committed to helping victims of sexual abuse and assault find the justice they deserve.

All information discussed during our consultations always remains completely 100% confidential.

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About Anthony T. DiPietro

Founder Anthony T. DiPietro, Esq. is a compassionate and skilled trial attorney who has completely dedicated the past 23 years of his career to litigating medical malpractice and sexual abuse cases against major corporate institutions including hospitals, medical clinics, schools, and other wrongdoers.

Mr. DiPietro has also obtained some of New York State’s highest verdicts and settlements, and has been selected to New York State Super Lawyers® each year, for the past 10 years in a row.

In 2022, Mr. DiPietro was selected as one of America’s Top 100 High-Stakes Litigators for the landmark cases he’s won on behalf of survivors of sexual exploitation and abuse.

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Here, at The DiPietro Law Firm, we’re committed to helping victims of sexual abuse and assault find the justice they deserve.

All information discussed during our consultations always remains completely 100% confidential.

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Laws in the State of New York have been put into place with the aim of protecting patients from the misconduct and sexual abuse of doctors, physicians and other medical personnel. Unfortunately, many of these laws are not enforced (or enforceable) to the length at which patient safety and moral accountability requires them to be.

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Years of Abuse:  1987 – 2016

Brief: 

Robert Hadden, a disgraced Obstetrician-Gynecologist (OB/GYN) who worked for Columbia University and NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital, was criminally convicted in 2016 of sexually exploiting and abusing patients under the guise of medical care.

Hadden used his position of authority and trust to sexually exploit women and girls for nearly three decades as a Columbia University physician.

All the while, Columbia University and New York-Presbyterian Hospital administrators turned their backs and ignored reports of Hadden’s abuse, gaslighting patients and the public.

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