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Case Name State Of New York v. Trump IM-NY-0055
Docket / Court 1:17-cv-05228 ( E.D.N.Y. )
State/Territory New York
Case Type(s) Immigration and/or the Border
Special Collection Civil Rights Challenges to Trump Immigration Enforcement Orders
Case Summary
Sixteen states filed this lawsuit against the federal government on September 6, 2017 in response to the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) memorandum issued on Sept. 5 ending Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA). The states seek to enjoin the federal government from carrying out ... read more >
Sixteen states filed this lawsuit against the federal government on September 6, 2017 in response to the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) memorandum issued on Sept. 5 ending Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA). The states seek to enjoin the federal government from carrying out portions of the DHS memorandum and from using information about DACA grantees gathered in their applications to enforce immigration policy. The suit was filed in the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of New York.

The complaint asserted that since its inception in 2012, DACA has protected approximately 800,000 young people from deportation. As the states described in their complaint, DACA allowed individuals brought to the United States as children who met specific criteria to request deferred action for two years, subject to renewal. Indeed, the states pointed out that many of the grantees have known only the United States to be their home for the majority of their lives. In addition to protecting grantees from being arrested solely due to their immigration status, DACA allowed its grantees to receive public benefits like social security, to enroll in higher education institutions, and to access other benefits like opening up a bank account and buying a car. All throughout, the federal government enforcing DACA clearly represented that it would not use the information obtained in the application process to enforce immigration policy.

The states argued that these grantees will now lose their protections and be at risk for deportation, especially since the grantees provided the federal government with sensitive information in their applications. In light of the DHS memorandum, the federal government will immediately stop accepting new DACA applications. Further, it will only issue renewals for grantees whose terms expire before March 5, 2018, provided they apply for renewal by October 5, 2018. The states highlighted that in addition to the losses DACA grantees will suffer, state and local economies, as well as many higher education institutions, have come to rely on the skills and productivity of the grantees and will therefore also suffer. The states pointed out that over half of DACA grantees are of Mexican origin and thus ending DACA "is a culmination of President’s Trump’s oft-stated commitments...to punish and disparage people with Mexican roots." Further, the states argued that the grantees' sensitive information is at risk since President Trump took "affirmative steps to reduce the privacy protections applicable to DACA data" with a January 2017 Executive Order directing all agencies to "'exclude persons who are not United States citizens or lawful permanent residents from the protections of the Privacy Act regarding personally identifiable information.'” Meanwhile, the states pointed out that the DHS Memorandum did not provide assurance to DACA grantees or direction to USCIS and ICE that this information cannot be used for the purpose of immigration policy enforcement.

The plaintiffs are the states of New York, Massachusetts, Washington, Connecticut, Delaware, District Of Columbia, Hawaii, Illinois, Iowa, New Mexico, North Carolina, Oregon, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, Vermont, and Virginia. They argued that ending DACA violates Fifth Amendment equal protection and due process, the Administrative Procedure Act, and the Regulatory Flexibility Act.

The case was assigned to Judge Allyne R. Ross on Sept. 6, and reassigned to Judge Nicholas G. Garaufis and Magistrate Judge James Orenstein the next day.

The plaintiffs filed an amended complaint on Oct. 4, adding the state of Colorado as a plaintiff. The amended complaint also added an equitable estoppel cause of action.

On Oct. 6, the defendants filed the administrative record, available here, which included a series of government documents pertaining to DACA from its inception to the decision to rescind it. In the related case Batalla Vidal v. Baran, the plaintiffs then moved to compel the defendants to complete the administrative record, arguing that the defendants did not produce all documents leading to the rescission. Specifically, they omitted related documents that Acting Secretary Duke did not directly review. The judge in Batalla, who is the same judge here, granted the motion on Oct. 19 and compelled the defendants in both cases to complete the administrative record.

The defendants appealed to the Second Circuit, which granted an emergency motion for a stay of discovery and record supplementation in the district court pending consideration by the Second Circuit on Oct. 20.

On Oct. 27, the defendants moved to dismiss the case, arguing that the rescission is an enforcement action "presumed immune from judicial review" and that the government provided ample explanation for the rescission based on DAPA's enjoinment. On Nov. 9, the court granted in part and denied in part the motion. The court dismissed the plaintiffs' claims that policy changes in how information provided for DACA applications could be used violate both due process and equitable estoppel. The court also dismissed the plaintiffs' claim that the government violated due process by failing to provide individualized notice of the rescission because the plaintiffs lacked standing. In both cases, the court argued that the plaintiffs lacked standing to bring these claims. The court found, however, that the plaintiffs had standing to challenge the DACA rescission. The court reserved ruling on the government's motion to dismiss for failure to state a claim and denied all other parts of its motion.

On Dec. 15, the plaintiffs filed for preliminary injunction, seeking to enjoin the government from rescinding DACA.

Meanwhile, a series of entities filed amicus briefs. The following entities filed in support of the plaintiffs: United We Dream, over 100 companies, educational justice organizations, Fred T. Korematsu Center for Law and Equality, law enforcement leaders, workers' organizations, legal services organizations, New York University, the Mexican government, dozens of religious organizations, immigration nonprofits, various U.S. cities and counties, and civil rights organizations.

On Dec. 27, the Second Circuit denied the government's petition for mandamus and lifted the district court's stay on discovery. Seeking to appeal the court's Nov. 9, 2017 decision, two days later, the government moved to stay further supplementation of the administrative record in the district court in light of its pending filing of a "petition for writ of mandamus challenging the scope of the administrative record and discovery in these matters." The court granted the motion on Dec. 30 pending consideration of the government's motion for certification of interlocutory appeal of the Nov. 9 order. On Jan. 8, the court granted the government's motion for certification of interlocutory appeal and stayed further proceedings pending resolution in the Second Circuit. The government appealed the Nov. 9 order that day.

On Jan. 31, 2018, the Second Circuit ordered that the petitions for leave to appeal be held in abeyance while the district court resolved the motions for injunctive relief and dismissal.

On Feb. 13, 2018, the district court granted the preliminary injunction, holding that the government had not provided a legally sufficient basis for ending the DACA program. The court found that while the government could end DACA, the question was if they had provided the necessary legally adequate reasons for the rescission. The court found that the decision to end the program was based on an erroneous conclusion that DACA was unconstitutional and violated the APA and INA, and that this conclusion in turn relied on the "plainly incorrect factual premise" that courts have found the DAPA program to have "constitutional defects." The court also found that the purported reason for rescission was contradictory in that the government claimed DACA must end because it was unconstitutional and yet also provided for a wind-down period in which certain DACA renewal applications would continue to be adjudicated. As a result, the court held that the rescission was arbitrary and capricious and enjoined the government from ending the program on a nationwide basis pending the court's decision on the merits of the case. In the same order, the court also denied the plaintiffs' motion for class certification as moot.

The government filed notice on Feb. 20 that it had appealed the preliminary injunction to the Second Circuit.

Meanwhile, on March 29, 2018, the district court granted in part and denied in part the government's motion to dismiss. The court dismissed the plaintiffs' claim that the rescission violated the APA's requirement for notice-and-comment, finding that the rescission memorandum was a general statement of policy exempt from the notice-and-comment requirement rather than a legislative rule. This finding led the court to further dismiss the plaintiffs' claim regarding Regulatory Flexibility Act violations since an RFA violation is contingent on a notice-and-comment requirement in the first place. The court also dismissed the plaintiffs' claim that the government changed its information-use policy but left the door open to other challenges of that policy. The court sustained the plaintiffs' equal protection claim that the rescission was motivated by racial animus against Latinos, finding that the plaintiffs adequately alleged the rescission created disparate impact. Further, the court found that while the plaintiffs may not have sufficiently alleged that Acting Secretary Duke or the Attorney General had discriminatory intent, they did sufficiently allege that President Trump may have had such intent and that his influence on the rescission cannot be ignored.

The government appealed the decision to the Second Circuit.

The case is ongoing.

Virginia Weeks - 09/07/2017
Virginia Weeks - 03/30/2018


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Issues and Causes of Action
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Issues
Benefit Source
DACA (Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals)
Constitutional Clause
Due Process
Equal Protection
Content of Injunction
Preliminary relief granted
Discrimination-basis
Immigration status
National origin discrimination
General
Confidentiality
Immigration/Border
Constitutional rights
Deportation - criteria
Deportation - judicial review
Deportation - procedure
Status/Classification
National Origin/Ethnicity
Hispanic
Plaintiff Type
State Plaintiff
Causes of Action Administrative Procedure Act, 5 U.S.C. §§ 551 et seq.
Declaratory Judgment Act, 28 U.S.C. § 2201
Defendant(s) President of the United States
Plaintiff Description Various states
Class action status sought No
Class action status granted No
Prevailing Party Plaintiff
Public Int. Lawyer Yes
Nature of Relief Preliminary injunction / Temp. restraining order
Source of Relief Litigation
Case Ongoing Yes
Case Listing IM-NY-0051 : Batalla Vidal v. Nielsen (E.D.N.Y.)
Additional Resources
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  New York Dreamer Challenges Trump Administration’s Termination of DACA
https://www.nilc.org
Date: Sep. 5, 2017
By: National Immigration Law Center
[ Detail ] [ External Link ]

  A.G. Schneiderman Files Lawsuit To Protect Dreamers And Preserve DACA
https://ag.ny.gov/
Date: Sep. 5, 2017
By: New York State Attorney General
[ Detail ] [ External Link ]

  Memorandum on Rescission Of Deferred Action For Childhood Arrivals (DACA)
www.dhs.gov
Date: Sep. 5, 2017
By: Department of Homeland Security
[ Detail ] [ External Link ]

  Implementation of Executive Order 13768, "Enhancing Public Safety in the Interior of the United States
The Washington Post
Date: May 22, 2017
By: Jefferson Sessions (U.S. Department of Justice)
[ Detail ] [ External Link ]

  Re: Implementing the President's Border Security and Immigration Enforcement Improvements Policies (Final, 2/20/2017)
dhs.gov
Date: Feb. 20, 2017
By: DHS Secretary John Kelly (United States Department of Homeland Security)
[ Detail ] [ PDF ] [ External Link ]

  Re: Enforcement of the Immigration Laws to Serve the National Interest (Final, 2/20/2017)
dhs.gov
Date: Feb. 20, 2017
By: DHS Secretary John Kelly (United States Department of Homeland Security)
[ Detail ] [ PDF ] [ External Link ]

  Executive Order 13767: Border Security and Immigration Enforcement Improvements
Federal Register
Date: Jan. 27, 2017
By: President Donald Trump (Office of the President)
Citation: 82 Fed. Reg. Presidential Documents 8793 (Jan. 27, 2017)
[ Detail ] [ PDF ]

  Executive Order 13768: Enhancing Public Safety in the Interior of the United States
Federal Register
Date: Jan. 25, 2017
By: President Donald Trump (Office of the President)
[ Detail ] [ PDF ] [ External Link ]

Docket(s)
1:17−cv−05228−NGG−JO (E.D.N.Y.)
IM-NY-0055-9000.pdf | Detail
Date: 03/29/2018
Source: PACER [Public Access to Court Electronic Records]
General Documents
Complaint For Declaratory and Injunctive Relief [ECF# 1]
IM-NY-0055-0001.pdf | Detail
Date: 09/06/2017
Source: PACER [Public Access to Court Electronic Records]
First Amended Complaint for Declaratory and Injunctive Relief [ECF# 54]
IM-NY-0055-0002.pdf | Detail
Date: 10/04/2017
Source: PACER [Public Access to Court Electronic Records]
Notice of Motion to Dismiss [ECF# 71]
IM-NY-0055-0003.pdf | Detail
Date: 10/27/2017
Source: PACER [Public Access to Court Electronic Records]
Memorandum & Order [ECF# 85] (E.D.N.Y.)
IM-NY-0055-0004.pdf | Detail
Date: 11/09/2017
Source: PACER [Public Access to Court Electronic Records]
Plaintiff States' Notice of Motion for a Preliminary Injunction [ECF# 96]
IM-NY-0055-0005.pdf | Detail
Date: 12/15/2017
Source: PACER [Public Access to Court Electronic Records]
Amicus Brief for We Dream in Support of Plaintiffs' Motions for a Preliminary Injunction and in Opposition to Defendants' Motions to Dismiss [ECF# 120]
IM-NY-0055-0006.pdf | Detail
Date: 12/20/2017
Source: PACER [Public Access to Court Electronic Records]
Amicus Brief of 114 Companies in Support of Plaintiffs' Motions for Preliminary Injunction [ECF# 132]
IM-NY-0055-0007.pdf | Detail
Date: 12/21/2017
Source: PACER [Public Access to Court Electronic Records]
Amicus Brief of Partnership for Educational Justice, DelawareCan: the Delaware Campaign for Achievement Now, HawaiiKidsCan, NewMexicoKidsCan, and Virginia Excels in Support of Plaintiffs' Motion for a Preliminary Injunction [ECF# 133]
IM-NY-0055-0008.pdf | Detail
Date: 12/21/2017
Source: PACER [Public Access to Court Electronic Records]
Brief of 40 Historians and the Fred T. Korematsu Center for Law and Equity, as Amici Curiae in Support of Plaintiffs' Motion for Preliminary Injunction [ECF# 149]
IM-NY-0055-0009.pdf | Detail
Date: 12/21/2017
Source: PACER [Public Access to Court Electronic Records]
Brief Amici Curiae of Current and Former Law Enforcement Leaders in Support of Plaintiffs' Motions for a Preliminary Injunction and in Opposition to Defendants' Motions to Dismiss [ECF# 155]
IM-NY-0055-0010.pdf | Detail
Date: 12/22/2017
Source: PACER [Public Access to Court Electronic Records]
Brief of Service Employees International Union, et al. as Amici Curiae in Support of Plaintiffs [ECF# 158]
IM-NY-0055-0011.pdf | Detail
Date: 12/22/2017
Source: PACER [Public Access to Court Electronic Records]
Brief of Legal Services Organizations as Amici Curiae Regarding Harm to Their Clients and the Public Interest in Support of Plaintiffs' Motion for Preliminary Injunction [ECF# 162]
IM-NY-0055-0012.pdf | Detail
Date: 12/22/2017
Source: PACER [Public Access to Court Electronic Records]
Brief of New York University as Amicus Curiae in Support of Plaintiffs' Motion for a Preliminary Injunction [ECF# 164]
IM-NY-0055-0013.pdf | Detail
Date: 12/22/2017
Source: PACER [Public Access to Court Electronic Records]
Trial Brief of the Government of the United Mexican States as Amicus Curiae in Support of Plaintiffs' Motions for Preliminary Injunction [ECF# 168]
IM-NY-0055-0014.pdf | Detail
Date: 12/22/2017
Source: PACER [Public Access to Court Electronic Records]
Memorandum of Law Filed on Behalf of 87 Religious Organizations as Amici Curiae in Support of Plaintiffs' Motions for Preliminary Injunctions [ECF# 170]
IM-NY-0055-0015.pdf | Detail
Date: 12/22/2017
Source: PACER [Public Access to Court Electronic Records]
Memorandum of Law of Amici Curiae Public Interest Organizations in Support of Plaintiffs' Motion for Preliminary Injunction [ECF# 171]
IM-NY-0055-0016.pdf | Detail
Date: 12/22/2017
Source: PACER [Public Access to Court Electronic Records]
Amicus Brief of the City of Los Angeles, 27 Additional Cities and Counties, the National League of Cities and the United States Conference of Mayors in Support of Plaintiffs' Motions for Preliminary Injunction [ECF# 172]
IM-NY-0055-0017.pdf | Detail
Date: 12/22/2017
Source: PACER [Public Access to Court Electronic Records]
Brief of the Lawyers' Committee for Civil Rights Under Law, the Anti-Defamation League, and Other Civil Rights and Social Justice Organizations, as Amici Curiae in Support of the Plaintiff States' Motion for Preliminary Injunction [ECF# 174]
IM-NY-0055-0018.pdf | Detail
Date: 12/22/2017
Source: PACER [Public Access to Court Electronic Records]
Amended Memorandum & Order & Preliminary Injunction [ECF# 209] (E.D.N.Y.)
IM-NY-0055-0019.pdf | Detail
Date: 02/13/2018
Source: PACER [Public Access to Court Electronic Records]
Memorandum & Order [ECF# 215] (E.D.N.Y.)
IM-NY-0055-0021.pdf | Detail
Date: 03/29/2018
Source: PACER [Public Access to Court Electronic Records]
Judges Garaufis, Nicholas (E.D.N.Y.)
IM-NY-0055-0004 | IM-NY-0055-0019 | IM-NY-0055-0021 | IM-NY-0055-9000
Orenstein, James (E.D.N.Y.) [Magistrate]
IM-NY-0055-9000
Plaintiff's Lawyers Balderas, Hector (New Mexico)
IM-NY-0055-0001 | IM-NY-0055-0005
Bass Ehler, Karyn L. (Illinois)
IM-NY-0055-0001 | IM-NY-0055-0005
Battles, Benjamin D. (Vermont)
IM-NY-0055-0001 | IM-NY-0055-0002 | IM-NY-0055-0005 | IM-NY-0055-9000
Bender, Robyn R. (District of Columbia)
IM-NY-0055-0001 | IM-NY-0055-0005
Biernoff, Ari (New Mexico)
IM-NY-0055-0001 | IM-NY-0055-0005 | IM-NY-0055-9000
Blake, Nathanael (Iowa)
IM-NY-0055-0005 | IM-NY-0055-9000
Chien, Marsha (Washington)
IM-NY-0055-0001 | IM-NY-0055-0005 | IM-NY-0055-9000
Chin, Douglas S.G. (Hawaii)
IM-NY-0055-0001 | IM-NY-0055-0005
Cohen, Aleine (Delaware)
IM-NY-0055-0002 | IM-NY-0055-0005 | IM-NY-0055-9000
Crane, Anna (Illinois)
IM-NY-0055-0001 | IM-NY-0055-0005 | IM-NY-0055-9000
De Haan, Brian (Oregon)
IM-NY-0055-0001 | IM-NY-0055-0002 | IM-NY-0055-0005 | IM-NY-0055-9000
Denn, Matthew P. (Delaware)
IM-NY-0055-0001 | IM-NY-0055-0002 | IM-NY-0055-0005
Donovan, Thomas J. Jr. (Vermont)
IM-NY-0055-0001 | IM-NY-0055-0002 | IM-NY-0055-0005
Ferguson, Robert W. (Washington)
IM-NY-0055-0001 | IM-NY-0055-0005 | IM-NY-0055-9000
Field, Michael W. (Rhode Island)
IM-NY-0055-0002 | IM-NY-0055-0005 | IM-NY-0055-9000
Finkelstein, Alex (New York)
IM-NY-0055-0005
Fischer, Michael J. (Pennsylvania)
IM-NY-0055-0001 | IM-NY-0055-0002 | IM-NY-0055-0005 | IM-NY-0055-9000
Goldman, Jonathan Scott (Pennsylvania)
IM-NY-0055-0001 | IM-NY-0055-0002 | IM-NY-0055-0005 | IM-NY-0055-9000
Goldstein, Aaron R. (Delaware)
IM-NY-0055-0002 | IM-NY-0055-0005 | IM-NY-0055-9000
Healey, Maura T. (Massachusetts)
IM-NY-0055-0001 | IM-NY-0055-0005 | IM-NY-0055-9000
Herring, Mark R. (Virginia)
IM-NY-0055-0001 | IM-NY-0055-0002 | IM-NY-0055-0005
Hickenlooper, John W. (Colorado)
IM-NY-0055-0005
Jepsen, George (Connecticut)
IM-NY-0055-0001
Kalama, Donna H. (Hawaii)
IM-NY-0055-0001 | IM-NY-0055-0005 | IM-NY-0055-9000
Kaplan, Scott J. (Oregon)
IM-NY-0055-9000
Khan, Sania (New York)
IM-NY-0055-0001 | IM-NY-0055-0005 | IM-NY-0055-9000
Khera, Harpreet (Illinois)
IM-NY-0055-0001 | IM-NY-0055-0005
Kilmartin, Peter F. (Rhode Island)
IM-NY-0055-0001 | IM-NY-0055-0002
Kohler, Mark F. (Connecticut)
IM-NY-0055-0001 | IM-NY-0055-0005 | IM-NY-0055-9000
Lucas, Diane (New York)
IM-NY-0055-0001 | IM-NY-0055-0005 | IM-NY-0055-9000
Lusk, Jennie (New Mexico)
IM-NY-0055-0001 | IM-NY-0055-0005
Madigan, Lisa (Illinois)
IM-NY-0055-0001
Maestas, Tania (New Mexico)
IM-NY-0055-0001 | IM-NY-0055-0005 | IM-NY-0055-9000
McEllis, Caitlyn (Illinois)
IM-NY-0055-0001 | IM-NY-0055-0005
McGuire, Matthew R. (Virginia)
IM-NY-0055-0001 | IM-NY-0055-0002 | IM-NY-0055-0005 | IM-NY-0055-9000
Melmed, Jacki Cooper (Colorado)
IM-NY-0055-0002 | IM-NY-0055-0005
Melody, Colleen (Washington)
IM-NY-0055-0001 | IM-NY-0055-0005 | IM-NY-0055-9000
Miller, Jonathan B. (Massachusetts)
IM-NY-0055-0005 | IM-NY-0055-9000
Miller, Thomas J. (Iowa)
IM-NY-0055-0001 | IM-NY-0055-0005
Nadeau, Genevieve (Massachusetts)
IM-NY-0055-0001 | IM-NY-0055-0005 | IM-NY-0055-9000
Nannery, Valerie M (District of Columbia)
IM-NY-0055-9000
Narasimham, Sripriya (North Carolina)
IM-NY-0055-0001 | IM-NY-0055-0005
Narasimhan, Sripriya (North Carolina)
IM-NY-0055-0002
Partington, Rebecca Tedford (Rhode Island)
IM-NY-0055-0002 | IM-NY-0055-0005 | IM-NY-0055-9000
Racine, Karl A. (Maryland)
IM-NY-0055-0001
Roach, Adam D. (Rhode Island)
IM-NY-0055-0002 | IM-NY-0055-0005 | IM-NY-0055-9000
Rosado, Lourdes Maria (New York)
IM-NY-0055-0001 | IM-NY-0055-0005 | IM-NY-0055-9000
Rosenblum, Ellen F. (Oregon)
IM-NY-0055-0001 | IM-NY-0055-0002 | IM-NY-0055-0005
Saini, Ajay (New York)
IM-NY-0055-0001 | IM-NY-0055-0005 | IM-NY-0055-9000
Schneiderman, Eric T. (New York)
IM-NY-0055-0001 | IM-NY-0055-0005
Shapiro, Josh (Pennsylvania)
IM-NY-0055-0001 | IM-NY-0055-0002 | IM-NY-0055-0005
Stein, Josh (North Carolina)
IM-NY-0055-0001 | IM-NY-0055-0002 | IM-NY-0055-0005
Taylor, Abigail B. (Massachusetts)
IM-NY-0055-0001 | IM-NY-0055-0005 | IM-NY-0055-9000
Thompson, Jeffrey S. (Iowa)
IM-NY-0055-0001
Thompson, Julio A. (Vermont)
IM-NY-0055-0001 | IM-NY-0055-0002 | IM-NY-0055-0005 | IM-NY-0055-9000
Tucker, Brooke (New York)
IM-NY-0055-0005
VanDam, Jeff (Illinois)
IM-NY-0055-0001 | IM-NY-0055-0005
Weston, Sarah (Oregon)
IM-NY-0055-9000
Defendant's Lawyers Bailey, Kate (District of Columbia)
IM-NY-0055-0003 | IM-NY-0055-9000
Marutollo, Joseph Anthony (New York)
IM-NY-0055-9000
Pezzi, Stephen M. (District of Columbia)
IM-NY-0055-0003 | IM-NY-0055-9000
Readler, Chad A. (District of Columbia)
IM-NY-0055-0003
Ricketts, Jennifer (District of Columbia)
IM-NY-0055-0003
Rohde, Bridget M. (New York)
IM-NY-0055-0003
Rosenberg, Brad P. (District of Columbia)
IM-NY-0055-0003 | IM-NY-0055-9000
Shumate, Brett (District of Columbia)
IM-NY-0055-0003
Tyler, John Russell (District of Columbia)
IM-NY-0055-0003
Westmoreland, Rachael (District of Columbia)
IM-NY-0055-9000
Other Lawyers Alger, Maureen P. (California)
IM-NY-0055-0012
Badlani, Chirag (Illinois)
IM-NY-0055-0010
Berner, Nicole (District of Columbia)
IM-NY-0055-0011
Bohorquez, Fernando A. (New York)
IM-NY-0055-9000
Brounell, Geoffrey S. (District of Columbia)
IM-NY-0055-0006
Calemine, Jody (District of Columbia)
IM-NY-0055-0011
Carome, Patrick J. (District of Columbia)
IM-NY-0055-0007
Chang, Robert S. (Washington)
IM-NY-0055-0009 | IM-NY-0055-9000
Clark, James Patrick (California)
IM-NY-0055-0017
Coston, William D. (District of Columbia)
IM-NY-0055-9000
DeGroote, Jessa (New York)
IM-NY-0055-0016
DiGrande, Melissa (New York)
IM-NY-0055-0013 | IM-NY-0055-9000
Dundas, Michael Joseph (California)
IM-NY-0055-0017 | IM-NY-0055-9000
Ferguson, Ashley C. (New York)
IM-NY-0055-0013 | IM-NY-0055-9000
Feuer, Michael Nelson (California)
IM-NY-0055-0017
Fiur, Seth D. (New York)
IM-NY-0055-0013 | IM-NY-0055-9000
Flores, Valerie L. (California)
IM-NY-0055-0017
Freedman, Alexander (California)
IM-NY-0055-0017
Fresco, Leon (District of Columbia)
IM-NY-0055-0014 | IM-NY-0055-0015 | IM-NY-0055-9000
Geltzer, Joshua A. (District of Columbia)
IM-NY-0055-0010
Gertner, Leo (District of Columbia)
IM-NY-0055-0011
Goldiner, Judith (New York)
IM-NY-0055-0016
Goldman, Lauren R (New York)
IM-NY-0055-0007
Gray, Danielle C. (New York)
IM-NY-0055-9000
Guerra, Michael Anthony (New York)
IM-NY-0055-9000
Gupta, Deepak (District of Columbia)
IM-NY-0055-0011 | IM-NY-0055-9000
Harrell, J. Wells (District of Columbia)
IM-NY-0055-9000
Harris, John Barney (New York)
IM-NY-0055-9000
Holder, Adriene L. (New York)
IM-NY-0055-0016
Holtzblatt, Ari (District of Columbia)
IM-NY-0055-0007
James, Seymour W. Jr. (New York)
IM-NY-0055-0016
Jestin, Katya T. (New York)
IM-NY-0055-9000
Kapur, Leela (California)
IM-NY-0055-0017
Karanjia, Peter (District of Columbia)
IM-NY-0055-0006 | IM-NY-0055-9000
Kennelly, Kaitland McCann (New York)
IM-NY-0055-0008 | IM-NY-0055-9000
Khan, Juvaria (District of Columbia)
IM-NY-0055-0015
Khandawala, Leena (New York)
IM-NY-0055-0016
Klipper, Erica (New York)
IM-NY-0055-0016
Kolick, Joseph E. (Maryland)
IM-NY-0055-0011
Kolodin, Zachary J. F. (New York)
IM-NY-0055-0015
Kolodner, Jonathan Samuel (New York)
IM-NY-0055-0016 | IM-NY-0055-9000
Lederer, Caryn C (Illinois)
IM-NY-0055-0010 | IM-NY-0055-9000
Levy, Jennifer (New York)
IM-NY-0055-0016
Li, Joan Renxin (California)
IM-NY-0055-0012
Lin, Karen (New York)
IM-NY-0055-0007 | IM-NY-0055-9000
Lopez, Janine Marie (Massachusetts)
IM-NY-0055-0007
Mangi, Adeel Abdullah (New York)
IM-NY-0055-0015 | IM-NY-0055-9000
Martinez, Mario (California)
IM-NY-0055-0011
McLaughlin, Matthew T. (New York)
IM-NY-0055-9000
Nolan, Terrance J. (New York)
IM-NY-0055-0013
Obus, Steven E. (New York)
IM-NY-0055-0013 | IM-NY-0055-9000
Piers, Matthew J. (Illinois)
IM-NY-0055-0010
Pincus, Andrew J. (District of Columbia)
IM-NY-0055-0007 | IM-NY-0055-9000
Rainwater, Shiloh (New York)
IM-NY-0055-0013 | IM-NY-0055-9000
Rivlin, Judith (District of Columbia)
IM-NY-0055-0011
Rodriguez, Dariely (District of Columbia)
IM-NY-0055-0018
Saad, Martin L. (District of Columbia)
IM-NY-0055-9000
Sarnoff, Stuart M. (New York)
IM-NY-0055-9000
Scherb, Matthew Alex (California)
IM-NY-0055-0017
Schneider, Rory K. (New York)
IM-NY-0055-0007 | IM-NY-0055-9000
Schwartz, William J. (New York)
IM-NY-0055-0008 | IM-NY-0055-9000
Shafiqullah, Hasan (New York)
IM-NY-0055-0016
Shebaya, Sirine (District of Columbia)
IM-NY-0055-0015 | IM-NY-0055-9000
Sheikh, Sameer Parvez (District of Columbia)
IM-NY-0055-9000
Sherman, Monique R (California)
IM-NY-0055-0012
Silverstein, Thomas S. (District of Columbia)
IM-NY-0055-9000
Smith, Deborah L. (District of Columbia)
IM-NY-0055-0011
Smith, Johnathan James (District of Columbia)
IM-NY-0055-0015
Sokol, Howard (New York)
IM-NY-0055-0014 | IM-NY-0055-9000
Sokoler, Jennifer B (New York)
IM-NY-0055-9000
Spence, Dorian (District of Columbia)
IM-NY-0055-0018
Star, Wendy Michelle (New York)
IM-NY-0055-9000
Stern, Rikki S. (New York)
IM-NY-0055-0016
Waxman, Seth (District of Columbia)
IM-NY-0055-0007
Welber, Susan (New York)
IM-NY-0055-0016
Wilson, Kara Corinne (New York)
IM-NY-0055-0012 | IM-NY-0055-9000
Woo, Tiffany M. (New York)
IM-NY-0055-0013 | IM-NY-0055-9000
Zalesin, Steven Alan (New York)
IM-NY-0055-0015 | IM-NY-0055-9000

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