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20 Jan 2014

Author:
Findlay Craft

Findlay takes on pro bono human trafficking case

…Findlay Craft is acting as local counsel in cooperation with Fredrikson & Byron…and the Southern Poverty Law Center (SPLC) in a complaint involving human trafficking and its devastating effects…The complaint is being brought on behalf of 10 guest workers against Signal International (along with several other companies). Findlay Craft’s is one of 12 cases (so far)…

The SPLC lawsuit against Signal continues on behalf of the 12 named plaintiffs. They are represented by Crowell & Moring…; the SPLC; the American Civil Liberties Union…[and others].

The three lawsuits filed in May by Latham & Watkins…, Sutherland Asbill & Brennan…, and Kilpatrick Townsend & Stockton…also are proceeding…More lawsuits are expected to be filed later this year...

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