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Discover Diversity at éclat Law: Using its Power to Shape Solutions

In the heart of éclat Law, a unique narrative unfolds, woven from the rich threads of diversity that define its identity. At the helm is Kevin Ross-Andino, a passionate legal professional with a background as diverse as the clients he serves. His journey, rooted in Puerto Rican, Black, and Native …

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Demand for Police Reform Grows as New Port Richey Faces Third Civil Rights Complaint

(Altamonte Springs, FL) November 8, 2023 – In the third civil rights case filed against New Port Richey this year, Shinikki Whiting alleges she was wrongfully arrested, physically abused, and denied medical assistance by Officer Joseph Valente on March 30, 2020. According to the complaint filed by éclat Law, Ms. …

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A Win for the Parnes Family; Disability Discrimination Suit Proceeds

(Altamonte Springs, FL) Sept. 28, 2023 – éclat Law is pleased to announce a significant development in one of our major cases. The US District Court for the Middle District of Florida has dismissed the Orange County School Board’s motion to dismiss our lawsuit on behalf of the Parnes family. …

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LifeStance Health Group Class Action Lawsuit: Uncovering Unlawful Employment Practices

éclat Law, led by founder Kevin Ross-Andino, has taken immediate action in a federal lawsuit by filing a Collective and Class Action case against LifeStance Health Group, Inc., for violations of the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) and the Thirteenth Amendment, alongside other related employment laws. If you have worked …

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éclat Law Seeks $1 Million in Damages for Alleged Civil Rights Violations Against the City of New Port Richey

(ALTAMONTE SPRINGS, FL) September 15, 2023 – éclat Law, a leading Florida-based law firm, has launched a robust civil action on behalf of Michelle Wojciechowski against the City of New Port Richey (NPR), NPR City Attorney Timothy Driscoll, and NPRPD & Code Enforcement Officer Charles Morgan. The eight-count complaint alleges …

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