Ninth Circuit Allows the Use of Term 'Armenian Genocide' in Statute of Limitations for Life Insurance Claims


U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit

In Movsesian v. Victoria Versicherung AG, ___F.3d___,2010 WL 5028828 (9th Cir. (Cal.) December 10, 2010), the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals upheld California Code of Civil Procedure § 354.4 and ruled that there is no express federal policy forbidding states to use the term “Armenian Genocide.”

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