Our attorneys are experienced in defending rights under both the U.S. and state constitutions, and have represented clients ranging from media companies to religious groups to political organizations. With several decades experience in free speech and religious freedom cases, we know how to prepare a case to both protect our clients and maximize the odds of favorable precedent.
We have taken constitutional issues to the U.S. Supreme Court, where we have successfully defended clients’ equal protection and religious freedom rights. We also file amicus curiae briefs for clients who are not directly involved in litigation, but want to express their support on public policy issues before appellate courts. Whether our clients want to advance public policy or simply defend their own rights, we have the skills and experience to serve their needs.
Served as Plaintiffs' co-counsel in federal lawsuit against the IRS and individual defendants for unconstitutional viewpoint discrimination against non-profit educational and advocacy groups. Agreeing to a declaratory judgement, Attorney General Jeff Sessions acknowledged that the conduct of the IRS “was wrong and should have never occurred.”
Wrote amicus curiae brief in support of challenge to Minnesota statutes limiting free speech activities near voting areas.
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