College Board gives excluded high-achieving Black, Hispanic, Latino, Indigenous and students from rural areas additional window of time to secure participation in National Recognition Programs.
Attorneys for impacted parents and students sent the College Board a letter demanding “immediate action to cease impeding and effectively denying millions of dollars in scholarships and college recruitment to high-achieving Black, Latinx, Hispanic American, Indigenous, and rural students."
Justice Catalyst Law and Nichols Kaster filed a labor trafficking class action on behalf of ARC laborers against The Salvation Army.
People incarcerated in Massachusetts filed a lawsuit against the Massachusetts Department of Corrections (DOC) on July 29, 2021 seeking to stop the DOC’s use of a defective and faulty drug test manufactured by Sirchie Acquisition Company, LLC.
JCL and CREEC have filed a sweeping federal lawsuit challenging The Salvation Army’s discriminatory and outdated policy and practice of denying access to necessary, doctor-prescribed medications to participants in its Adult Rehabilitation Centers (ARCs).
A group of California civil rights activists has filed a class action lawsuit against Thompson Reuters, accusing the company of illegally selling Californians’ data without their consent.
Justice Catalyst Law filed a class action against the largest healthcare staffing company in the country, TeamHealth, alleging that it systemically inflates medical bills sent to patients around the country.
Families of prisoners filed a class action lawsuit against GTL, Securus, and 3CI for charging unlawfully inflated prices for collect calls made by incarcerated individuals in jails and prisons throughout the United States.
The National Consumer Law Center, Justice Catalyst Law, and Flitter Milz, P.C. today served Maximus Federal Services, Inc. (Maximus) with a class action lawsuit, alleging that the company is engaging in illegal collection activity against thousands of federal student loan