A prominent group of lawyers from firms including Cooley and Boies Schiller Flexner filed a lawsuit in federal court Thursday on behalf of individuals injured in the events in Charlottesville, Virginia, this past summer.

The team of lawyers includes renowned litigators Roberta Kaplan, of the months-old Kaplan and Co., and Karen Dunn, a former associate counsel to President Barack Obama once-rumored to be Hillary Clinton’s top choice for general counsel. Also on the case are Cooley partners Alan Levine, David Mills and Robert Cahill. The lawsuit alleges various state and federal offenses by white supremacy groups and individuals during a march and rally Aug.11-12 in Charlottesville that turned violent, killing one person and injuring dozens others.

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