Wood v. Red Hat, Inc.

This case is currently being litigated.

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Brian Beneker v. CBS Studios, Inc., et al.

This case is currently being litigated.

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John Doe v. New York University

This case is currently being litigated.

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Harker v. Meta Platforms, Inc., et al.

This case is currently being litigated.

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FASORP v. NYU

The petition for Certiorari was denied.21-1046, Supreme Court of the United States

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Blessed Cajuns v. Guzman

AFL WIN. AFL obtained a preliminary injunction in the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Texas to stop race-based prioritization of access to COVID-19 relief funds for American restaurant owners. Most of AFL’s clients were able to obtain relief from the program before the funding pool was exhausted.

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Sefelino v. County College of Morris, et al.

AFL WIN: The judge found that the suspension and removal of our client from campus violated his First and Fourteenth Amendments to the United States Constitution, as alleged in this suit. The County College of Morris shall permit our client to speak or preach in any public area of the College’s campus, including preaching from […]

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Stewart v. Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center, et al.

This case is currently pending in the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Texas.

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Lowery v. Texas A&M, et al.

The case was dismissed. It is currently on appeal at the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit.

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Bolduc v. Amazon

The case is currently pending in the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Texas.

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Braidwood Management, Inc. v. EEOC

The District Court ruled in AFL’s clients’ favor, finding, among other things, that “employers may have policies that promote privacy, such as requiring the use of separate bathrooms based on biological sex.”  On appeal, the Fifth Circuit also ruled for AFL’s client, holding that it has pre-enforcement standing to sue and that the Religious Freedom Restoration […]

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Jacobson v. Bassett

The District Court and the Second Circuit ruled against our client based on standing. We disagree with those decisions, but they have largely been overcome by events related to the elimination of measures concerning COVID-19.

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Miller v. Vilsack – Biden Administration Farm Loan Forgiveness Program

AFL WIN. The Biden Administration did not appeal the preliminary injunction. But because of the class-wide preliminary injunction and the fact that the Biden Administration had no viable path forward because of our lawsuit, President Biden and his allies in Congress were forced to repeal the program through legislation.

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