Civil Rights/Constitutional Law

HSPRD Client Wins Bid to Capture CEO’s Assets in Casino Ch.7

                    For the past ten years, HSPRD has represented […]

Nashville Channel 5 News Covers HSPRD Class-Action Lawsuit

Nashville Channel 5 News covered a recent federal class-action lawsuit filed by HSPRD, Civil Rights Corps, and attorney […]

HSPRD Files Class Action Lawsuit Against Private Probation Companies

HSPRD, along with Civil Rights Corps and attorney Kyle Mothershead, filed a federal class-action lawsuit brought by five named plaintiffs against two private probation companies and Giles County, Tenn., challenging their policies of extorting money from impoverished misdemeanor probationers and violating their constitutional and statutory rights.

HSPRD Attorneys Honored At Justice Circle Event

On April 17, 2018, HSPRD attorneys Matthew Piers, Caryn Lederer, and Kate Schwartz were honored by the Chicago […]

HSPRD Attorney Chirag Badlani Speaks About Sanctuary Cities

On March 21, HPSRD Attorney Chirag Badlani spoke at the Segal McCambridge Public Affairs Forum about “Sanctuary Cities,” the […]

HSPRD Files Amicus Brief In Support Of DACA

HSPRD, together with the Institute for Constitutional Advocacy and Protection (ICAP) at Georgetown University Law Center, filed an […]

HSPRD Attorney Christopher Wilmes Moderating Panel on Immigration

          HSPRD Attorney Christopher Wilmes is moderating a panel on immigration on Thursday, March […]

Background Checks with Bogus Results: HSPRD Partner on WGN

Christopher Wilmes was featured on WGN News regarding his efforts to protect employees from bad background check information.

HSPRD Files Amicus Briefs to Defend “Sanctuary Cities” and DACA Recipients

HSPRD has filed an amicus brief today in the City of Los Angeles v. Sessions, on behalf of […]

HSPRD Attorneys Honored as 2018 Illinois Super Lawyers

We are proud to announce that fifteen of our attorneys have been selected as 2018 Illinois Super Lawyers and five of our […]

HSPRD and Co-Counsel Sued Cook County Assessor Joseph Berrios

   On December 14, 2017, HSPRD, with co-counsel,  filed a lawsuit against Joseph Berrios (left), the Cook County […]

HSPRD files a lawsuit against the City of Berwyn and its Deputy Police Chief for sexual harassment

HSPRD filed a lawsuit on behalf of Berwyn Police Department Detective Carmelita Terry against the City of Berwyn […]

HSPRD and Co-Counsel File New Suit Against Cook County Sheriff’s Office For Sexual Harassment

  On November 10, 2017, HSPRD and Willenson Law filed a lawsuit against the Cook County Sheriff’s Office […]

HSPRD Sponsors Women Employed Annual Event

On May 10, 2017, HSPRD proudly sponsored Women Employed’s annual “The Working Lunch” event.

HSPRD Lawyer Presents to Students On Effective Legal Advocacy

HSPRD partner Juliet Berger-White recently spoke to students in a course titled, “Engage for Change: Get Informed, Involved and Connected” at DePaul University’s School for New Learning. Juliet’s presentation focused on effective legal advocacy and other avenues to effectuate social change.

HSPRD Lawyers Publish Article About Groundbreaking Decision

On May 3, 2017, HSPRD attorneys Juliet Berger-White and Charlie Wysong published the article, “Hively Strengthens Federal Claims for Gender Identity Discrimination.”

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