The Holocaust Survivors Justice Network receives both the National Law Journal’s Pro Bono Award and the American Bar Association’s Pro Bono Publica Award.
Bet Tzedek’s Employment Rights Project wins the first civil jury verdict in a human trafficking case litigated under the California Trafficking Victims Protection Act. The jury awarded $768,000 to the plaintiff, including $500,000 in punitive damages, claiming a spot in the Los Angeles Daily Journal’s list of top 10 “High Impact” verdicts in California.
The Employment Rights Project successfully advocats for the extension of California’s Car Wash Worker Law, AB 236, aimed at preventing exploitation of workers.
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