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If your civil rights have been violated, you may have a viable claim to recover compensation in a civil rights lawsuit. Our civil rights attorneys can help you understand your best legal options.

Wrongful Death Suit Cites Negligence and Discrimination on Behalf of Transgender Immigrant

Following the death of Roxsana Hernandez, a Honduran transgender immigrant living with HIV, law firm Grant & Eisenhofer, Transgender Law Center, and the Law Office of Daniel Yohalem filed a complaint on behalf of Ms. Hernandez’s family. The trio of civil rights advocates aims to hold the U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement, the U.S. Customs and [...]

2021-05-20T11:50:03-05:00By |Categories: Discrimination|Tags: |Comments Off on Wrongful Death Suit Cites Negligence and Discrimination on Behalf of Transgender Immigrant

$34M Racial Discrimination Suit to Settle with Edward Jones

Financial services firm Edward D. Jones & Co. has been ordered to pay $34 million to settle a racial discrimination class action lawsuit. The plaintiffs, a class of 800 current and former African American financial advisers, allege that the company routinely deprived them of profitable assignments. Class members also allege that due to their race, they [...]

2021-09-13T18:50:42-05:00By |Categories: Discrimination|Tags: |Comments Off on $34M Racial Discrimination Suit to Settle with Edward Jones

Grant & Eisenhofer Attorneys Charge Forward with Wrongful Conviction Case

Grant & Eisenhofer attorneys, including principal Kimberly Evans and noted civil rights attorney Joshua Dubin, of counsel at G&E, along with co-counsel David Rudolph, a renowned civil rights lawyer, successfully defeated a motion to dismiss in Aguirre-Jarquin v. Seminole County et al (USDC FL-MD 20-0025). The wrongful conviction and imprisonment lawsuit alleges a number of Section [...]

2021-09-13T18:54:46-05:00By |Categories: Wrongful Conviction|Tags: , |Comments Off on Grant & Eisenhofer Attorneys Charge Forward with Wrongful Conviction Case

Protecting Your Civil Rights in a Post-Floyd World

When George Floyd, an African-American man, was killed by a police officer during an arrest in Minneapolis, MN in May 2020, it set off a firestorm of protests. People objecting to the circumstances of his death, and to police violence against black people in general, organized protests across the United States and internationally. Reactions to Floyd’s [...]

2020-08-18T12:00:15-05:00By |Categories: Civil Rights|Tags: , |Comments Off on Protecting Your Civil Rights in a Post-Floyd World

What Is Considered Sexual Harassment at Work?

What is considered sexual harassment at work? When and where can it happen? Many people do not know the answers to these questions and fail to report unwanted encounters in the workplace. If you question whether you are experiencing sexual harassment at work, chances are something is not right. Below, our civil rights lawyers outline what you [...]

2020-05-08T08:14:52-05:00By |Categories: Discrimination, Sexual Harassment or Assault|Tags: |Comments Off on What Is Considered Sexual Harassment at Work?