Arnold & Porter’s class action against the Bureau of Prisons comes as other Am Law 200 firms are mounting constitutional challenges to solitary confinement practices and substandard prison health care across the country. These are three of the most prominent:
Firm: Nelson Mullins Riley & Scarborough
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