It’s clearly not your typical Big Law complaint.

A team at Brown Rudnick led by Michael Bowe and Lauren Tabaksblat last week sued Mindgeek, the parent company behind the porn website Pornhub. The complaint, filed Thursday in the Central District of California, runs 177 pages and brings claims on behalf of 34 individuals who say they are the victims of sex trafficking, 33 of whom are proceeding anonymously. The plaintiffs claim that the company created “a bustling marketplace for child pornography, rape videos, trafficked videos, and every other form of nonconsensual content.”