Sprenger & Lang, PLLC ("S+L") has obtained some of the country's largest gender, age, and race discrimination judgments on behalf of tens of thousands of discrimination victims. S+L has successfully represented classes of plaintiffs against companies such as Morgan Stanley, Burlington Northern, CBS, C.H. Robinson, Northwest Airlines, First Union, Amtrak, and Ceridian Corporation. S+L has also litigated large cases raising employee benefit claims and challenging violations of wage-and-hour laws. The firm is featured in the book Class Action, which inspired the award-winning film North Country. Sprenger + Lang is similarly committed to helping protect the rights of consumers through class action litigation. S+L has the resources to aggressively investigate and pursue relief on behalf of consumers who have been defrauded, overcharged and otherwise taken advantage of by companies large and small. More information is available on the firm's website www.sprengerlang.com.
Morgan Lewis & Bockius LLP ("MLB") provides comprehensive transactional and litigation legal services to clients of all sizes across all major industries. The firm has nearly 1,300 lawyers and nearly 3,000 professionals in 23 offices in the United States, Europe, and Asia. The firm’s service philosophy is grounded in a disciplined approach to advancing its clients’ interests as effectively and efficiently as possible. In every representation, Morgan Lewis attorneys are committed to knowing and fully understanding each client’s specific business, industry environment, and legal concerns, with a focus on both immediate and long-term goals. More information is available on the firm's website www.morganlewis.com.
AARP Foundation Litigation (“AFL”) is one of the few national groups that defends and supports the legal rights of older Americans across the United States—assuring that they have a voice in our judicial system. AFL’s legal work encompasses areas of federal and state laws that affect older Americans’ day-to-day lives including:
AFL protects and preserves the rights of older Americans by representing them in important court cases and by writing amicus (“friend of the court”) briefs that allows AARP to share research, facts, and policy analysis—which helps courts make good decisions in precedent-setting cases.
- age and disability discrimination in employment
- financial fraud including predatory lending
- health and long-term care
- disability and
- government and public benefits