First Trafficking Suits Filed as Part of Huge Pro Bono Effort

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Sutherland Asbill and Kilpatrick Townsend have filed human trafficking suits in Texas federal court for 50 Indian guest workers whom they allege were treated like modern-day slaves by marine fabricator Signal International. The suits are the first to be filed in a massive pro bono effort spearheaded by the Southern Poverty Law Center and joined by several law firms last year.

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