March 21, 2015
A unanimous decision made by the Appellate Division, First Department ruled in favor of respondent represented by Jonathan K. Pollack and Marjory D. Fields in which saved the respondent over $950,000. The case was featured in the New York Law Journal.
Jonathan K. Pollack
Marjory D. Fields
BLH Client and Previous Stop-and-Frisk Plaintiff Settles with City After Recent Stop-and-Frisk
February 28, 2020
David Ourlicht, a lead plaintiff, and BLH client, in the Stop-and-Frisk trial, sued the City again in 2018 after he was again stopped and frisked. In...
BLH Fights for New Stop-and-Frisk and Racial Profiling Policies for the NYPD (Floyd v. NYC et al.)
August 7, 2015
Lawyers in the landmark stop-and-frisk case, Floyd v. City of New York, have reached agreement with the City and the court-appointed monitor on new st...
BLH Continues Remote Work During COVID-19 Pandemic
March 25, 2020
BLH remains committed to our clients and to providing continued legal services during the COVID-19 pandemic. Though the physical office is closed, we...
BLH Pushes for Identities of Rikers' Island Corrections Officers on Behalf of Madeline Feliciano, Nicholas Feliciano's Grandmother
February 20, 2020
BLH Client Huwe Burton, Exonerated after 19 Years in Prison, Featured in HBO Series
November 26, 2019
Garner Family Commends Commissioner O'Neill's Decision to Fire Officer Pantaleo; Pushes for Further Action
August 20, 2019