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Justice Catalyst takes on social justice issues that fall between the cracks of traditional advocacy models, by connecting advocates with diverse specialties and applying a cross-disciplinary approach to the law.
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Are you a current or former Amway Independent Business Owner in California? We’d love to talk with you. You deserve a legal wage!
Justice Catalyst Law just signed on to an open letter led by Public Rights Project from public interest legal organizations supporting diploma privilege and invites you to do the same.
Millions of people are saddled with medical debt every year and medical debt is the leading cause of bankruptcy in the United States. Justice Catalyst Law’s suit alleges that TeamHealth contributes to the medical debt crisis by billing more than it can legally collect in court.
Did you lose money as a doTERRA Wellness Advocate? Did your doTERRA upline encourage you to purchase oils to treat any illness or chronic health concern? We want to hear from you! doTERRA’s “direct sale” model promises Wellness Advocates a lucrative...
Justice Catalyst Law: Families of Prisoners Sue Nation’s Largest Providers of Inmate Calling Services for Fixing and Lying about Prices
Families of prisoners alongside Justice Catalyst Law and partners filed a class action lawsuit against the nation’s largest providers of inmate calling services for charging unlawfully inflated prices for collect calls made by incarcerated individuals in jails and prisons throughout the United States.
Justice Catalyst Law and Partners Reached Landmark Settlement in Lending Discrimination Class-Action Cases by DACA Recipients Against Wells Fargo
Wells Fargo agreed to pay nearly $20 million and make changes to its consumer lending policies in a landmark settlement with Justice Catalyst Law, Outten & Golden LLP, and MALDEF on two class-action loan discrimination lawsuits brought by DACA recipients.