$540,000 Recovery for Wrongfully Terminated Prison Administrative Law Judge

Obtained a large settlement for a prison administrative law judge (ALJ) who was wrongfully terminated because of his race and his refusal to adhere to an illegal quota to find at least 90 per cent of prisoners guilty of misconduct


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  • Perry v. McGinnis, 209 F.3d 597 (6th Cir. 2000). First Amendment and Equal Protection ruling for first African-American male Administrative Law Judge in the Michigan Department of Corrections

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