As a legal battle to add the Equal Rights Amendment to the Constitution goes up on appeal, major law firms are once again diving into the fight.

Virginia, Illinois and Nevada sued in 2020 in an effort to have the amendment recognized as ratified by the required number of states. U.S. District Judge Rudolph Contreras last year ruled that the challenging states acted too late to force the amendment’s addition to the Constitution.

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