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AG Healey and NFB Announce Agreement to Make Health Care Kiosks Accessible to Blind Consumers

Attorney General Maura Healey (Massachusetts) and the National Federation of the Blind (represented by Dan Goldstein) announced a first-­of-its-­kind agreement with Pursuant Health, Inc. to make its self­-service health care kiosks accessible to blind consumers.
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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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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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When Employer-Provided Health Insurance Discriminates

For many lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer (LGBTQ) employees, employer-provided health insurance is a source of discrimination. The two most common discriminatory terms concern access to fertility coverage and gender-confirming health care.
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Brown, Goldstein & Levy Ranked in 2016 “Best Law Firms”

U.S. News & World Report and Best Lawyers® ranked BGL in 10 categories in its “Best Law Firms” Metropolitan list and 3 categories in its National list
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Top Ten Considerations When Selecting a Defense Lawyer In a Criminal Matter

List of the top 10 questions you should ask when considering hiring a criminal lawyer.
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Hooters Girl, Fired for Hair Color, Gets $250,000 Award

Hooters restaurants’ “image policy” is discriminatory against black waitresses, an arbitrator has ruled in awarding $250,000 to a black former server at Harborplace who alleged she was fired for having blond highlights in her hair.
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Civil Rights

Civil Rights The attorneys at Brown, Goldstein & Levy have a long history of representing clients who have had their civil rights violated. We have successfully enforced constitutional and statutory rights that protect individuals from discrimination in the workplace, in public accommodations, in housing, in education, and at the polling place, and to protect our
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Brown, Goldstein & Levy Ranked in 2015 “Best Law Firms”

Brown, Goldstein & Levy was ranked by U.S. News & World Report and Best Lawyers in the “Best Law Firms” list in 13 metropolitan categories and 5 national categories.
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