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In a recent victory for pro bono client Ilya Zaslavskiy, Russia’s largest commercial bank voluntarily dismissed a lawsuit seeking information related to a 2016 cyber-hack that allegedly created a false link between the bank and the Trump Organization ahead of the 2016 presidential election.
The firm won asylum for a Somali refugee fleeing sectarian violence and the al-Shabaab terrorist group, ending his nearly five-year journey in search of safe haven.
Hughes Hubbard, as co-counsel with The Legal Aid Society, has sued New York State to challenge the eligibility requirements for New York’s rent subsidy program.
Hughes Hubbard secured a victory in a First Step Act motion before a Virginia federal court, resulting in the immediate release of a federal inmate serving a life sentence for drug offenses.
HHR’s D.C. pro bono team secured a long-awaited victory for a sexual violence survivor seeking to help fellow adolescent victims in Bolivia by bringing a potentially precedent-setting case before the Inter-American Court of Human Rights.
HHR Paris obtained a pro bono victory for 11 victims of police misconduct in a civil lawsuit holding the French government liable for a lengthy track record of abusive practices by the police.
In a pro bono victory, HHR helped New York City’s “waste equity law” prevail against another challenge from the waste industry in a state appeals court.
“Without opportunity on the part of the poor to obtain expert legal advice, it is idle to talk of equality before the law.” Charles Evans Hughes