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September 30, 2014

Moments in History: Jenner & Block's 100-Year Story

Watch Some of Firm's New York Lawyers Discuss the Victory for Class of Tenants in Pro Bono Housing Matter


Capping a five-year legal battle, the Second Circuit on this day in 2013 affirmed a district court’s approval of a landmark settlement agreement between a class of 22,000 tenants and Pinnacle Group, one of New York City’s largest residential landlords that owned scores of rent-controlled apartments.  Read more ...

TAGS: Class Action, Moments in History

PEOPLE: Katya Jestin

August 1, 2012

A History of Pro Bono and Public Service: 2000s

Grutter v. Bollinger and Gratz v. Bollinger

Jenner & Block took an active role in the national debate in two landmark cases that involved the University of Michigan’s affirmative action admission policies.  The Court relied on an amicus brief filed by a Jenner & Block team led by Partner David W. DeBruin on behalf of 65 major companies in upholding the admissions program at the University of Michigan Law School.

TAGS: A History of Pro Bono and Public Service, D DeBruin

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