We routinely represent plaintiffs in a wide range of class action litigation and group actions on behalf of parties seeking monetary damages or injunctive relief against private and public actors who discriminate, violate the Constitution, or permit children to be abused.
Parker v. City of New York
Obtained more than $5 million in damages for a class of Rikers Island detainees who claimed that their placement in solitary confinement violated their right to due process.
T.F. v. Hennepin County
Represented foster children and pre-custodial children who are the subject of reports of abuse and neglect in an injunctive class action alleging that the child welfare system in Minneapolis, Minnesota is constitutionally deficient.
In re Elite Private Schools
Obtained millions of dollars for more than 50 clients who were adult survivors of childhood sexual abuse at various elite, private elementary and high schools throughout the country, and assisted many of those clients in connection with law enforcement investigations of the abuse.