Since winning the White House one year ago this week, President Donald Trump’s actions have energized numerous groups, including  the general counsel of major companies that have gone to court to oppose him on several key issues. This list shows the fight usually involves human rights. From opposing Trump’s actions on immigration to supporting LGBTQ rights, here’s a quick look at the most significant ways GCs and their corporations have taken anti-Trump legal stances so far this year:

* MARCH: More than 120 companies signed friend-of-the-court briefs in the U.S. Supreme Court opposing Trump’s executive order banning travel from six predominantly Muslim countries. Many of the signers were tech companies, including Apple Inc., Microsoft Corp. and Google Inc.

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