Discrimination, wrongful convictions, sexual assault and sexual harassment are responsible for inflicting harm upon numerous people in the United States. Survivors of civil rights injustices may suffer damages that last a lifetime. Violations of our country’s most sacred laws destroy lives, careers, families and, ultimately, harm society as a whole. Grant & Eisenhofer’s civil rights, sexual assault/harassment and discrimination attorneys can help you understand your rights.
The civil rights team at Grant & Eisenhofer may be able to hold those who have violated your rights accountable.
College Campus Sexual Assault – Title IX Violations
Sexual assault, abuse and misconduct are prevalent on college campuses across the country.
Sexual harassment and sexual assault have recaptured the national spotlight thanks to the #MeToo and #TimesUp movement. Thousands of survivors have come forward…
Grant & Eisenhofer’s team of attorneys have a track record of fighting against discrimination in all its forms.
Rights of Inmates in Prisons and Jails
Although data shows that incarceration rates are decreasing in the U.S., former and current inmates still face civil rights violations. Correctional officers may illegally use…
Blog & News
Decades-Old Letters, Rosters Uncovered at Home of Late Teacher Accused of Child Sexual Abuse
By: Samantha Breitner, Associate in G&E’s Civil Rights Practice Group Representing over 30 child sexual assault survivors abused by a former Catholic school gym teacher, Grant & Eisenhofer’s Barbara Hart and the team of civil [...]
AP Course on African American Studies Rejected by Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis
By: Irene Lax, Senior Counsel in G&E’s Civil Rights Practice Group As Black History Month rolled out, an advanced placement (AP) course on African American studies was rejected by Florida’s Governor Ron DeSantis. DeSantis’ administration claimed [...]
Supporters Want Baker County, FL Prison Shut Down Due to Mistreatment of Detainees
By: Irene Lax, Senior Counsel in G&E’s Civil Rights Practice Group Surrounding the federal courthouse in Jacksonville, Florida last month were civil rights activists vying for justice for detainees of the Baker County Detention Center. [...]