Mendoza v. Mo’s Seafood

Melvin Mendoza, et al. v. Mo’s Fisherman Exchange, Inc., et al. Civil Action No. 15-1427 Class Notice & Opt-In Forms Aviso a la Clase Y Forumlario de Consentimiento para Demandar To download the Notice and the Opt-In Form click on the following links: Para bajar la Notificación y el Consentimiento para demandar, haga un clic
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Andrew Levy Analyzes Not Guilty Verdict In Rice Trial

Andy Levy was interviewed by WJZ TV Reporter Jessica Kartalija regarding the verdict in Lt. Rice’s Trial.
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The National Federation of the Blind Honors Dan Goldstein

Dan Goldstein received the Kenneth Jernigan Award at the National Federation of the Blind’s annual convention in July in Orlando for his significant contribution to the blindness community.
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Sharon Krevor-Weisbaum Participates in a White House Forum

Sharon Krevor-Weisbaum, Brown, Goldstein & Levy’s managing partner, participated in the White House Forum on Civil Rights of Parents with Disabilities.
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Medical Residents Forgo Internal Due Process Hearings at Their Own Risk

Another court has weighed in on the importance of pursuing the internal “due process” hearings available to resident physicians for contesting probation, non-renewals, and termination. Residents take a significant risk by skipping “due process” procedures in favor of proceeding straight to court.
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Massachusetts High Court Allows Medical Resident’s Discrimination Claims to Proceed

One of just a few examples of a resident physician succeeding in reaching a jury with claims of discrimination and breach of contract by a training program.
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‘We are Striving for More’

The recruitment, retention and advancement of women, minority and disabled lawyers at Maryland law firms has improved in recent years but more work is needed, say senior attorneys at leading firms.
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Jury: Montgomery Co. Failed to Reasonably Accommodate to Blind Worker

Montgomery County violated federal law by failing to provide a blind woman computer software that would have allowed her to continue to work as an information specialist in a county call center, a jury ruled.
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National Federation of the Blind Applauds Jury Verdict for Montgomery County Woman

The jury found that the county failed to provide Ms. Yasmin Reyazuddin, who is blind, with a reasonable accommodation, as required by the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, by refusing to implement accessible software so that she could continue to work as an information specialist in the county’s 311 call center.
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Meet a Disabilities Lawyer Pushing the Envelope on Digital Accessibility

When asked to name a hero of hers, Haben Girma chooses Daniel Goldstein, the 67-year-old counsel for the National Federation of the Blind and the mastermind behind a legal strategy to bring the Americans with Disabilities Act into the digital era. Jewish Telegraphic Agency interviewed Dan Goldstein.
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