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2023 was an incredible year for the Firm as we celebrated our 20th Anniversary. It was a wonderful celebration recognizing two decades of empowering victims of discrimination, harassment, and sexual assault. We have an unparalleled commitment to the work that we do and look forward to continuing that work in the future as we grow.

We experienced fantastic growth by hiring two new Partners and an Of Counsel:  Partner Meredith Firetog is a passionate victim and employee rights advocate; Partner Marjorie Mesidor is recognized for her outstanding service to clients who have been subjected to sexual harassment or discrimination of any kind; and Of Counsel Monica Hincken has been representing employees for over a decade.  We are thrilled to have these talented attorneys at our Firm. They each reflect a strong commitment to the work that we do and will zealously fight for our clients.

A huge achievement this year was filing 12 cases under the Adult Survivors Act (ASA) which allowed victims of sexual assault to seek accountability from their wrongdoers and those who allowed the sexual misconduct to happen. One of the most notable cases was the sex trafficking and assault lawsuit against Sean “Diddy” Combs filed by Cassie Ventura. That case was resolved shortly after the filing with Cassie saying, “I have decided to resolve this matter amicably on terms that I have some level of control. I want to thank my family, fans, and lawyers for their unwavering support.”  We also filed a lawsuit on behalf of actress Julia Ormond against Harvey Weinstein, her talent agents at CAA, and others for sexual assault and failing to protect her in 1995 and then retaliating against her when she spoke up.

We are also continuing to represent Brian Flores, Steve Wilks, and Ray Horton in their landmark racial discrimination case against the NFL, and are representing renowned sports journalist Jim Trotter who filed a retaliation lawsuit against the NFL and NFL Media when his contract was not renewed after he publicly challenged Commissioner Roger Goodell for failing to address systemic race discrimination in the NFL and in the NFL Media newsroom. 

Our website contains the Firm’s notable highlights, but what you won’t find, however, are the numerous confidential wins and out-of-court settlements that have continued to drive the Firm’s growth.

2024 will be an extraordinary year for us as we will continue to represent victims and work tirelessly to protect our clients’ workplace rights and bring injustices to light. I couldn’t be more proud of our Firm and look forward to the next 20 years. 

Here’s to continuing more positive change in 2024.

Wishing you a very, happy, healthy New Year!

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