New York Times Joins H&F to Seek Transparency in Cordero

New York Times Joins H&F to Seek Transparency in Cordero

The New York Times Company filed a letter brief today supporting the firm's application to remove confidentiality from documents produced by the City of New York in our Cordero NYPD perjury litigation.

H&F Selected as Lead Counsel in Derrick Hamilton Wrongful Conviction Litigation

H&F Selected as Lead Counsel in Derrick Hamilton Wrongful Conviction Litigation

Mr. Hamilton spent 21 years wrongfully imprisoned for murder. The Brooklyn DA's Conviction Review Unit later determined that he had been wrongfully convicted and denied due process. The sole eyewitness claims Detective Louis Scarcella suborned perjury.

Discovery Reopened in Firm's Cordero NYPD Perjury Litigation

Discovery Reopened in Firm's Cordero NYPD Perjury Litigation

After careful review of the governing legal standards, the Court allowed plaintiff additional discovery and set a December 8, 2017 production deadline for the City of New York. 

H&F Obtains Landmark Ruling on Claims of Widespread Police Perjury

H&F Obtains Landmark Ruling on Claims of Widespread Police Perjury

A federal judge in Brooklyn cleared the way for a historic trial on our client's allegations that the NYPD has unconstitutional policies regarding overtime and officer perjury.

The New York Times Front Page Explores Police Perjury Through the Lens of Two H&F Cases

The New York Times Front Page Explores Police Perjury Through the Lens of Two H&F Cases

In a cover story in today's New York Times, reporters tackle the problem of police perjury, telling the story of a detective indicted for false statements earlier this year. H&F sued the detective in two recent cases, winning settlements for our clients.