Hadsell Stormer Renick & Dai, LLP is one of the largest and most successful civil rights firms in the country. We pursue justice through individual and class action lawsuits, legal services, education, and community-based efforts. Representing people whose rights have been violated requires skillful, courageous legal action, and our team of dedicated lawyers has been widely recognized for delivering exactly that.
We are leaders in the civil rights community and our cases are often precedent-setting. For these efforts, we have consistently been ranked among the best in our fields by prominent legal publications and authorities and have earned the respect of both opposing counsel and judges.
Our firm is ranked as a Tier 1 law firm by U.S. News-Best Lawyers Best Law Firms and our attorneys have received the highest possible peer review rating, AV Preeminent, for professional excellence through Martindale-Hubbell. Many graduated from top law schools and clerked for federal district or circuit court judges. All excelled academically. In addition, many have earned national and statewide recognition for their work.
Since our firm was founded, our lawyers have played a leading role in the recovery of over a billion dollars for people mistreated throughout California and around the world. Many of our employment law and human rights case successes have also compelled lasting social change.
Hadsell Stormer Renick & Dai LLP has tried more than 100 cases before
juries and judges in state and federal courts and recovered over one billion
dollars on behalf of its clients.
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Over the last three decades, our firm has litigated some of the most high-profile, challenging, and groundbreaking individual and class action cases in the areas of employment law, police misconduct, prisoners’ rights, consumer protection, housing, and human rights. For example, we held the Los Angeles Police Department responsible for allowing homophobia to infiltrate the workplace in Grobeson v. Los Angeles, represented Burmese villagers against the military and an oil company for destruction of their village in Doe v. Unocal, advocated for the South Central Farmers in their quest to preserve their 14-acre community farm in South Los Angeles, and fought for victims of police abuse in the class action Rodriguez v. Los Angeles.