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Civil Rights

I represnt people who are victims of employment discrimination and police misconduct and brutality.

I am happy to get up every morning to do what I was made to do - represent people who have been screwed by their employer or abused by the police. Note that not every wrong in the workplace or by the police is something you can sue for - or that is worth pursuing. I am looking for people whose cases deserve to be told to a jury. I'll settle a case if the client thinks the offer is fair, but I represent those few clients whose wrongs deserve to be vindicated by a public verdict and affirmed on appeal. I am an accomplished trial lawyer, always studying communication techniques, and it just so happens that I learned appeals before trials, so I know how to win and defend my wins. I am admitted to all New York courts as well as Northern Illinois and Connecticut district courts. I'm working on special a project to find clients who were discriminated on the basis of their sexual orientation in places where sexual orientation is unprotected. I brought a case to the en banc court of the U.S. Court of Appeals of the 2d Circuit and currently am awaiting a decision. In the meantime, I am looking for other test cases in the states where you can be fired for being gay.

Gregory Antollino,

Gregory Antollino, Esq.

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