A group of H-2 visa workers from India sued Signal International LLC for slavery in March 2008. The ship­builder successfully decertified the class. But Crowell & Moring partner Alan Howard promised: “We’re not going away.”

Howard coaxed 12 law firms into filing 12 pro bono suits and — by winning the nation’s first corporate labor trafficking verdict — forced Signal into a historic settlement.

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