Yoder and DDR Media, Inc. v. Lott

Drone entrepreneur stands up for livelihoods and free speech

Hunting isn't the only area caught in the government's crosshairs. Increasingly, drone use is becoming popular to aid in a variety of businesses. As with every new technology, the government often throws up unreasonable resistance, stretching legal boundaries to limit the unfamiliar. In addition to entrepreneurs, artists and other content creators ...

Brian Dalton
Brian Dalton, et al. v. Hao and MA Growth Capital Corp.

Massachusetts small business owner fights for equal treatment under the law

CASE RESOURCES Photos of Brian Dalton for media use CASE STORY Brian Dalton knows first-hand how brutal COVID-19 has been to small businesses. The longtime Massachusetts law enforcement officer founded New England Firearms Academy in 2013 after retiring from the Suffolk County Sheriff's Department. The academy provides all levels of certified firea ...

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Cusano v. Cook County et al.

Illinois small business owner fights for equal treatment under the law

The COVID-19 pandemic was a brutal blow to small business owners. Entrepreneurs lost revenue, not only because of the virus but also because of the government's confusing and constantly changing plans to mitigate its spread. Cook County, Illinois—which encompasses Chicago and represents over 40 percent of all Illinois residents—offered entrepre ...

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Joshua Diemert v. City of Seattle

Seattle’s “racial equity” policies create hostile workplace for City employees

Joshua is suing the City of Seattle in federal court. A win will vindicate Joshua's right to workplace equality and protect everyone's right to be judged by the content of their individual character and work product, rather than being labeled and classified through the lens of discriminatory workplace equity initiatives. ...