Annual Review

Our 2023 Year in Review

Pro Bono

In 2023, Hughes Hubbard struck major blows for sexual assault survivors, in addition to our work for low-income New Yorkers, immigration clients and more.

CIA’s Hand Forced in Overhaul of Process for Handling Sexual Assault

The U.S. Central Intelligence Agency announced that it would overhaul its process for handling sexual assault and harassment complaints in its workforce, responding to allegations by Hughes Hubbard’s client, the first of over 60 women to come forward.

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Groundbreaking Human Rights Victory Before the Inter‑American Court of Human Rights

Hughes Hubbard client Brisa De Angulo Losada obtained a sweeping victory before the Inter-American Court of Human Rights. The judgment is the culmination of over a decade of Hughes Hubbard and a broad legal team’s work before multiple legal bodies to hold Bolivia accountable for its actions.

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Green Card for Asylee from the Central African Republic

Hughes Hubbard obtained a Lawful Permanent Resident Card, also known as a Green Card, for a client escaping persecution in his native country, the Central African Republic.

Rental Subsidy Class Action Against NYC

Hughes Hubbard and The Legal Aid Society filed a class action lawsuit against the New York City Department of Social Services (DSS) for its unlawful termination of rental vouchers for low-income New Yorkers.

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Green Card for LGBTQ Asylee

Hughes Hubbard obtained a U.S. Lawful Permanent Resident Card, also known as a Green Card, for a long-standing client.

Veteran’s 20‑Year Legal Battle Ends in Victory

Hughes Hubbard successfully represented a Marine Corps veteran in concluding her 20-year fight to upgrade her discharge from the military.

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Salvadoran Pro Bono Immigration Case

Hughes Hubbard, working on a pro bono basis with Catholic Charities of the Archdiocese of Washington, helped a Salvadoran refugee and her daughter receive asylum.

Veterinary Cannabis Society’s First Legal Newsletter

Hughes Hubbard assisted the Veterinary Cannabis Society with its first legal newsletter. The firm’s work entailed legal research on new and pending state laws that cover the use of cannabinoids in treating pets and drafting the newsletter.

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