Blanco v. American Tel. & Tel.
- Case Date: 9/25/1997
- Project Name: Civil Justice Reform
On November 25, 1997, the New York Court of Appeals held that suits brought by those who claim to have suffered repetitive stress injuries (RSI) as a result of using computer keyboards are time-barred if the plaintiffs do not act quickly in filing a suit. The decision was a partial victory for WLF, which filed a brief urging the court to establish a strict statute of limitations in such cases.