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Transgender employment discrimination case in which a transgender woman was fired after she told her boss she would be transitioning.
In May 2009, Daniel James Rick had a sexual relationship with another man of unknown HIV status, D.B., in which they mutually agreed to not use condoms. In October 2009, D.B. learned that he too was HIV positive, and the two men had their final sexual encounter in November 2009. After the relationship ended, D.B. sought prosecution of Mr. Rick under Minnesota’s “knowing transfer of a communicable disease” statute.
Case seeking to enforce the presumed-parentage statute that provides a birth certificate listing both parents for children born to all married couples.
Amicus brief with the Appellate Division of the Superior Court of Riverside County asking the court to reverse several convictions from an anti-gay sting operation in the Warm Sands neighborhood of Palm Springs.
Advocacy letter urging a New York City-based landlord to add the wife of lesbian tenant to rent-stabilized apartment lease in accordance with state and city law.
Case representing Texas lesbian denied the opportunity to interview for a permanent teaching position at a Texas community college.
Case involving a man who bit a police officer and whose saliva was ruled a “dangerous instrument” because he has HIV.
U.S. Supreme Court case challenging the constitutionality of the Affordable Care Act, a law that greatly expands access to health insurance for millions of Americans, including those living with HIV.
Amicus brief to the Supreme Court of the United States supporting an injunction against key provisions of Arizona SB 1070.
Lawsuit invoking the New York City and State Civil and Human Rights Laws in the case of a woman attacked for her perceived sexual orientation or gender identity.
Appeal addressing whether the New York State Human Rights Law protects students from discrimination by and harassment in public school districts, in which a school district challenges an administrative award of damages to an African American student and her mother based on a finding that the daughter's school failed to reasonably address racial harassment of her by other students.