The ADC Legal Department offers counseling in cases of discrimination and defamation as well as selected impact litigation in the areas of immigration, discrimination, and civil rights.
Since the attacks of September 11, 2001 our attorneys have been addressing hundreds of cases of employment discrimination.
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Our community is becoming increasingly vulnerable. The documentation of hate crimes or discrimination based on ethnicity, nationality, or religion is important to our community as a collective — please report them to the ADC Legal Department and to the proper authorities.
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See ADC’s amicus brief work below:
Zivotofsky v. Kerry (Jerusalem Passport Case) where the U.S. Supreme Court held that the §214(d) of the Foreign Relations Authorization Act, which allowed American citizens born in Jerusalem to have Israel placed as their country of birth on their U.S. passport, violated the Presidents exclusive power to recognize foreign governments.
Farraj v. Cunningham (9th Circuit), addressing the use of bias motivated therapist reports in an family court case as a violation of the right to due process. (case is ongoing)
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