During this pandemic, no one should be denied or overcharged for care to receive coronavirus testing or treatment. Congress has provided billions of dollars for reimbursement of claims for uninsured people. It also has required group health plans and health insurance...
We are excited to announce that we have partnered with SJP and PPP to launch the COVID-19 Rapid Reaction/Systems Summer Institute, which will employ law students in full-time (or volunteer part-time) summer legal fellowships, working with legal and law-related organizations on the front lines of responding to the COVID-19 crisis.
Justice Catalyst Law Announces That Plaintiffs Defeat Motion to Dismiss California Bail Bonds Antitrust Litigation
First-of-its-kind class action antitrust case alleging that insurance companies in California conspired to unlawfully inflate California bail bond premiums will move forward to discovery and trial.
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The Systemic Justice Project is hosting a zoom webinar series on “Systemic Lawyering in Times of Crisis” on Tuesdays from 12-1pm EST.
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.
Defrauded Borrowers Sue U.S. Department of Education Contractor for Seizing Funds While They Wait in Limbo for Borrower Defense Relief
Justice Catalyst Law 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 borrowers.
Alameda County, Calif. (January 10, 2020) – Today Justice Catalyst Law, Towards Justice, and Leonard Carder LLP filed suit against Amway, the largest multi-level-marketing company in the country, for failing to provide workers’ rights to its so-called “independent...
Public Rights Project Releases Guide for Local Prosecutors, Urges Newly Elected DAs to Fight Corporate Abuse
(Cross-posted from Public Rights Project) OAKLAND, CALIF. (Nov. 7, 2019) – Today Public Rights Project released a new guide for district attorneys – those elected this week as well as those in office for many years – outlining how to crack down on corporate crimes...
The Asylum Seeker Advocacy Project (ASAP) is currently accepting applications for the following Summer 2020 legal internships. Legal Assistance for Asylum Seekers ASAP manages 3 unique private online communities connecting over 4,000 asylum seekers in deportation...