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."
Civil Rights Education and Enforcement Center and Justice Catalyst Law are investigating housing discrimination against people addicted to opioids who are participating in medication assisted treatment. MAT PARTICIPANTS EXPERIENCING HOUSING DISCRIMINATION Are you a person who is addicted to opioids (often called “opioid
Justice Catalyst Law and partners served Maximus Federal Services, Inc. with a lawsuit that alleges the company is engaging in illegal collection activity against student loan borrowers who submitted Borrower Defense repayment claims to the U.S. Department of Education.
JCL, in partnership with 15 other organizations, sent a letter to the National Association of Forensic Economics to demand that they take action to stop economists from using race and gender to discriminate against women and people of color when calculating damages.
JCL and CREEC filed a federal class action lawsuit challenging The Salvation Army’s discriminatory and outdated policy and practice of denying services in its ARCs to individuals who receive evidence based MAT for opioid-use disorder (OUD).
JCL and CREEC have filed a sweeping federal lawsuit challenging The Salvation Army’s discriminatory and outdated policy and practice of denying access to necessary, doctor-prescribed medications to participants in its Adult Rehabilitation Centers (ARCs).
Justice Catalyst Law, along with partners, represents plaintiffs in a proposed class action alleging that Thomson Reuters’ CLEAR database unfairly profits off the sale of plaintiffs’ identities without their consent.
JCL is co-counsel on a landmark case alleging that Wells Fargo unlawfully discriminated against DACA recipients by refusing to give them auto loans, regardless of their creditworthiness.