In a victory for Selendy & Gay and its client, Garden State Equality, as well as for thousands of LGBTQ youth across New Jersey, the Third Circuit Court of Appeals today denied a procedural motion to reverse a 2014 decision affirming New Jersey’s ban on “sexual orientation change efforts” (“SOCE”), also known as ex-gay or gay conversion therapy. The ruling comes on “National Coming Out Day.”
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Selendy & Gay Represents Public Servants in Landmark Class Action Lawsuit Against Student Loan Servicer Navientselendygaydev2019-03-01T20:19:05+00:00
Selendy & Gay PLLC filed a class action suit today in the Southern District of New York against student loan servicer Navient alleging that the company misled borrowers in public service professions from accessing loan forgiveness in order to boost its own profits.
Faith Gay speaks with The Careerist’s Vivia Chen on building her litigation career, developing client relationships, and establishing a new law firm community at Selendy & Gay.
Philippe Selendy and Faith Gay discuss the firm's plans to make Selendy & Gay a "different type of spinoff" for both clients and the lawyers they continue to attract.
The Selendy & Gay team wins motion to dismiss on behalf of Altaba Inc., formerly known as Yahoo Inc.
Selendy & Gay PLLC today announced another increase to base salaries for associates, effective July 2018.
Selendy & Gay announces an increase in the base salaries for associates as part of the firm’s commitment to not only give associates substantive work in their early careers but also compensate them as well or better than the nation’s other leading law firms.
Selendy & Gay PLLC today announced that David S. Flugman has joined the powerful new litigation firm as a partner. Flugman, an experienced trial and appellate litigator who has represented clients before federal and state trial-level courts across the United States, including in the United States Supreme Court, joins the firm after more than a decade at Kirkland and Ellis LLP.
Star litigators Philippe Selendy and Faith Gay open up about their new firm and what it means to 're-imagine the law firm from the ground up.'
It takes considerable fortitude to walk away from one of the most profitable law firms in the US, where average partners made upward of $5 million in 2017. And Philippe Selendy and Faith Gay, formerly of the New York office of Quinn Emanuel Urquhart & Sullivan, were not average partners.