In 2016, Relman, Dane & Colfax settled the largest affordable housing accessibility case in the nation’s history, securing an important victory for people with disabilities in Los Angeles and adding at least 4,000 affordable and highly accessible housing units in the city.
Trial victory on behalf of five officers of the Washington, D.C. Metropolitan Police Department who experienced retaliation after complaining of race discrimination.
Jury verdict of $10.8 in favor of sixty-seven plaintiffs challenging the City of Zanesville, Ohio and Muskingum County's refusal to provide water services to a predominately African-American community.
Trial victory on behalf of African-American couple whose landlord removed and burned their belongings when they were out of town.
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.
In the Media
- The Washington Post, 03.21.2019
- ThinkProgress, 04.30.2018
- New York Times, 02.25.2017
- NPR, 01.18.2017
- Washington Post, 01.17.2017
- CBS DC, 12.20.2013
- LAWYERSandSETTLEMENTS.com, 07.23.2008
J.D., Harvard Law School, magna cum laude
A.B., Brown University, magna cum laude
- District of Columbia
- Massachusetts (inactive)