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Boyden Gray & Associates Files Supreme Court Amicus Brief in Support of Religious Freedom

Boyden Gray & Associates filed an amicus brief yesterday in the Supreme Court on behalf of Samaritan’s Purse in favor of the petitioner in Seattle’s Union Gospel Mission v. Matthew S. Woods, No. 21-144. The brief urges the Court to grant certiorari and hold that the First Amendment protects religious nonprofits’ right to hire those who share their faith. The…

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Boyden Gray & Associates Files Supreme Court Amicus Brief in Support of Mississippi’s Abortion Restrictions

Boyden Gray & Associates filed an amicus brief today in the Supreme Court on behalf of Reason for Life in Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization, No. 19-1392, which will consider whether “[w]hether all pre-viability prohibitions on elective abortions are unconstitutional.” The brief is available here. As we argue in the brief, the analysis in previous cases like Roe v….

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BG&A Files Brief of African American Pro-Life Organizations in Supreme Court

On December 31, 2019, BG&A filed a Supreme Court amicus brief in June Medical Services v. Gee, Nos. 18-1323, 18-1460, on behalf of nine African American pro-life organizations: The Radiance Foundation, Civil Rights for the Unborn, The Douglass Leadership Institute, The Restoration Project, The Issues4Life Foundation, Frederick Douglass Foundation, The National Black Pro-Life Union, Everlasting Light Ministries, and Project 21….

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BG&A Files Amicus Brief in Seila Law v. CFPB

On December 16, 2019, BG&A and its co-counsel O’Melveny & Myers filed an amicus brief in Seila Law v. Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) (S. Ct. No. 19-7), on behalf of the State National Bank of Big Spring Texas, the Competitive Enterprise Institute (CEI), and the 60 Plus Association. BG&A, led by Founding Partner C. Boyden Gray, together with O’Melveny…

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BG&A Secures Complete Relief for Michelle Valent in Supreme Court Settlement with Social Security Administration

Today Michelle Valent voluntarily dismissed her Supreme Court case against the Social Security Administration after the agency agreed to a settlement granting her complete relief. Ms. Valent, a disabled beneficiary of the Social Security Act, was fined $126,210 for failing to report work activity she allegedly performed for a family member’s veterans’ organization while collecting disability benefits. But the 1999…

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