On January 19, 2021, Relman Colfax and its co-counsel filed a housing discrimination lawsuit against the Town of Fairfield (Connecticut) on behalf of subsidiaries of Newport Healthcare seeking to open two group homes for young adults experiencing anxiety, depression, trauma and related mental health disabilities. The amended complaint alleges that Fairfield officials violated the Fair Housing Act, the Americans with Disabilities Act, the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 and the Connecticut Fair Housing Act by withholding necessary approvals for more than two years and preventing the opening of the homes.
This lawsuit, brought on behalf of a blind camping enthusiast, alleges that a Fortune 500 company falsely promised the California Department of Parks and Recreation that it would deliver a public-facing reservations website that was accessible to blind users.
This lawsuit brought by Equal Rights Center alleges that Uber has failed to make its ride-sharing service accessible to wheelchair users in violation of the Americans with Disabilities Act and D.C. Human Rights Act.
Relman Colfax represents plaintiffs in this class action lawsuit against an Indianapolis realty company for operating a predatory and discriminatory rent-to-own scheme in the Indianapolis area.
This case against McIntosh County and the State of Georgia alleges that the denial of basic municipal services to one of the last Gullah-Geechee communities on Sapelo Island, Georgia violates plaintiffs' constitutional rights.
In the Media
- Wyeth and Pfizer Agree to Pay $784.6 Million to Resolve Lawsuit Alleging that Wyeth Underpaid Drug Rebates to MedicaidU.S. Attorney's Office District of Massachusetts, 04.27.2016
JD, Harvard Law School, cum laude
AB, Harvard College, magna cum laude
- New York
- Application to the D.C. Bar submitted; supervised by members of the D.C. Bar
- Hon. Carlos Lucero, United States Court of Appeals for the Tenth Circuit