The proposed legislation will make it easier for trafficking victims to bring state trafficking claims under New York law. In particular, the bill will make it easier for those who suffered harm at the hands of religious bodies and cults to secure justice.
John brings with him a wealth of experience in complex divorce cases. His past clients include household names in the world of sport.
McAllister Olivarius named Personal Injury Legal Team of the Year and finalist for Family Law Team of the Year.
Lord Chancellor Dominic Raab welcomed this year’s appointees to King’s Counsel at Westminister Hall, and Dr. Ann Olivarius was one of them.
We are all very proud of Dr Olivarius’ work, and are delighted to see that her contributions to the laws of England and Wales have now been officially recognised.
Dr Olivarius was awarded the OBE for her services to Justice, Women, and Equality. She has also been approved as honorary King’s Counsel for her “outstanding contributions to the laws of England and Wales.”
The project calls for legislative changes in the UK to enshrine the right to abortion.
We are pleased to announce that Michigan-based attorney Elizabeth Abdnour has joined the firm as Of Counsel. Her practice will focus on cases covering civil rights, employment, education, disability, and sexual and domestic violence.
Dr Olivarius, Chair of the Executive Committee at McAllister Olivarius, has been approved as King’s Counsel honoris causa, a rank conferred by HM The King on the recommendation of the Lord Chancellor.
McAllister Olivarius and its clients, Dr. Natasha Anushri Anandaraja, Dr. Holly Atkinson, Mary Caliendo and Humale Khan have filed a complaint against Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai and its current and former management team, Dr. Dennis Charney, Dr. Prabhjot Singh, Bruno Silva and David Berman.
Four pioneers of the Arnhold Institute for Global Health at the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai Hospital have filed a lawsuit in New York State Court alleging workplace discrimination and retaliation.
The new practice represents victims of sexual abuse inflicted by members and leaders of religious, faith-based, and spiritual groups.