Attys Spotlighted in HBO Documentary on Charlottesville Suit

By Andrea Keckley

October 13, 2023

New Documentary Sheds Light on Charlottesville Trial

By Steve Scarpa

October 11, 2023

‘No Accident’ Review: Putting White Supremacists on Trial

By Nicholas Rapold

October 10, 2023

The Lawyers Who Refused to Let Neo-Nazis Off the Hook

By Nick Schager

October 10, 2023

Premiering Tonight: HBO Doc on the “Unite the Right” Trial

By Alison Preece

October 10, 2023

Charlottesville: ‘No Accident’ Documentary Follows Unite the Right Civil Lawsuit, Attorneys, Plaintiffs

By Crystal Graham

October 4, 2023

This Man’s Conviction Was Overturned After Two Years in Prison. But the City Said He Didn’t Deserve a Dime.

By Jake Pearson and Mike Haynes

April 27, 2023

$2M False Arrest Win May Spawn New Legal Fights for NYPD

By Marco Poggio

April 21, 2023

Another Round of Litigator of the Week Runners-Up and Shout Outs

By Ross Todd

March 24, 2023

Why More Young Attorneys Are Striking Out On Their Own

By Rachel Rippetoe

March 1, 2023

The Charlottesville Trial Against ‘Unite the Right’ Revealed the True Essence of White Supremacists—One Year Later, the Threat is Still Real

By Michael Bloch and Benjamin White

December 9, 2022

In Their Words: What It’s Like to Start a Boutique Law Firm

By Aebra Coe

September 21, 2022

Bodega Worker Case Exposes Key Flaw in NY Legal System

By Michael Bloch

July 22, 2022

Battling the Bullies of the Alt-Right

By Steve Scarpa

July 12, 2022

White Supremasists’ Terrifying Disguise of Acting in ‘Self-Defense’

By Michael Bloch and Benjamin White

July 12, 2022

Ex-Kaplan Hecker & Fink Attorneys Form New Firm in Manhattan

By Jason Grant

June 13, 2022

San Fran Recall A REBUKE Of Progressive Crime Reform, Or Media Complicit In COPAGANDA?

June 9, 2022

Former Kaplan Hecker attorneys open civil rights law firm

By Karen Sloan
June 8, 2022

Ex-Kaplan Hecker Attys Launch Boutique Bloch & White In NY

By Matt Perez
June 8, 2022

Charlottesville Rally Litigators Bloch, White Open NYC Law Firm
By Sam Skolnik
June 8, 2022
Michael Bloch, civil rights attorney – REAL ONES with Jon Bernthal

March 24, 2022

OPINION: Banning books mocks the intelligence of young readers
By Dan Ceaser
March 17, 2022

Acclaimed Civil Rights Litigator Michael Bloch Met with Students at Community Day School As Part of its International Holocaust Remembrance Day

February 1, 2022

Jury Finds Rally Organizers Responsible for Charlottesville Violence
By Neil MacFarquhar
November 23, 2021

Jury awards plaintiffs $25 million in lawsuit against white supremacists behind violence at Charlottesville ‘Unite the Right’ rally

By Will Carless and Kevin McCoy
November 23, 2021

Charlottesville rally organizers found liable by jury

By Joseph Choi
November 23, 2021

2nd Circ. Revives Fraud Billing Claim In $1.9B Army Deal Suit

By Grace Dixon
November 19, 2021

Attorney: Charlottesville organizer sought to mislead police
By The Associated Press
November 16, 2021

Unite the Right organizer appeared to instruct followers to mislead law enforcement, court evidence suggests

By Ellie Silverman
November 15, 2021

Jason Kessler, Christopher Cantwell testify in Sines v. Kessler trial

By Macy Moors
November 15, 2021

Nazis’ own words get used against them to prove they came to Charlottesville with violent intent
By Jordan Green
November 9, 2021

Richard Spencer, questioned in Charlottesville trial, downplays evidence of racist and violent intent

By Ellie Silverman
November 5, 2021

White Nationalist Richard Spencer Was Confronted With His Own Violent Rhetoric On The Witness Stand At The Charlottesville Trial

By Christopher Miller
November 4, 2021

Spencer squirms as rally plaintiffs push for details

By Tyler Hammel
November 4, 2021

‘We Don’t Settle With Nazis’: Inside the Years-Long Legal Process to Get the Charlottesville Case to Trial

By Jacqueline Thomsen
October 29, 2021
A 19th-Century Law Dismantled The KKK. Now It Could Bring Down A New Generation Of Extremists.
By Lyz Lenz
October 24, 2021
Uber Calls $91M Arbitration Association Fee A ‘Ransom’

By Dave Simpson
September 20, 2021

Taking White Supremacy to Court

June 10, 2021

Judges Focus on What U.S. Knew About AECOM Billing Noncompliance
By Daniel Seiden
May 21, 2021
More calls for prison reform, an attorney’s perspective

October 30, 2020

How the Deadly Charlottesville Rally, the Reported Gov. Whitmer Kidnapping Plot and More Underscore the Continued Threat of Far-Right Extremists

By Kelly Hartog
October 13, 2020
Judge Derides Backlog Of Legal Calls At NYC Jails
By Stewart Bishop
July 10, 2020
Law360’s Weekly Verdict: Legal Lions & Lambs

By Aebra Coe
April 16, 2020

AECOM Beats Whistleblower Suit Over $1.9B Army Deal

By Sarah Martinson
April 14, 2020

2nd Circ. Urges Atty Access For Detainees Amid Pandemic

By Jody Godoy
March 22, 2020
New York Politicians Are Using Anti-Semitic Attacks to Scare People About Bail Reform

By Samantha Michaels
January 10, 2020