Yearly Archives: 2018

Children Sue Trump Administration Officials in Class Action

CHILDREN SUE TRUMP ADMINISTRATION OFFICIALS FOR DAMAGES IN CLASS ACTION OVER TRAUMA CAUSED BY THEIR UNLAWFUL DETENTION AND SEPARATION FROM THEIR PARENTS Boston, MA –   A team of Boston immigration, civil rights, and trial attorneys jointly filed a federal class action lawsuit on behalf of children seeking damages against Trump Administration officials for forcibly separating the children

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Congressman James McGovern Joins Delegation to TPS Countries

Congressman James McGovern and Community Leaders Join Fact-Finding Delegation to TPS Countries A delegation of federal and local elected officials, community leaders, and legal experts are traveling to observe country conditions in El Salvador and Honduras — both countries recently rocked by devastating news that their designation for Temporary Protected Status (TPS) would be cancelled.

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Lawyers’ Committee at Lavender Law

Join the Lawyers’ Committee for Civil Rights and Economic Justice at the National LGBT Bar Association’s 30th Annual Conference & Career Fair (Lavender Law) in New York City from August 7-10. Here is where you can find our legal warriors: Wednesday, August 8 at 10:45 AM Legal Empowerment Strategies for Challenging Immigration Enforcement at the

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Immigrants Score Major Victory Against Trump Administration

Immigrants Score Major Victory Against Trump Administration Federal Court in Boston Rejects Government’s Effort to Dismiss TPS Litigation In a detailed, 42-page opinion issued late Monday, U.S. District Court Judge Denise Casper rejected the federal government’s request to dismiss Centro Presente v. Trump, a high-profile lawsuit challenging the termination of Temporary Protected Status (TPS) for

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