In 2017, Relman, Dane & Colfax reached a historic settlement in its longest-running case, a class action on behalf of more than 100 Special Agents of the United States Secret Service subjected to a racially discriminatory promotion system.
Successful jury trial resulting in $687,000 verdict in a race discrimination case on behalf of an African-American bartender.
Trial victory on behalf of five officers of the Washington, D.C. Metropolitan Police Department who experienced retaliation after complaining of race discrimination.
First Amendment and race discrimination case challenging county government’s dismissal of three doctors who were outspoken opponents of budget cuts that impacted a public hospital that serves a predominantly African-American population on the south side of Chicago.
News & Updates
In the Media
- New York Times, 02.25.2017
- NPR, 01.18.2017
- Washington Post, 01.17.2017
- The Washington Post, 02.02.2016
- The Washington Post, 01.27.2016
- The Washingtonian, 01.26.2016
- CBS DC, 12.20.2013