Sundeep Hora and ADH included in Best Lawyers in D.C. and America Again

Sundeep Hora was included in the Best Lawyers in America and Best Lawyers in D.C. for the third year in a row in the Employment Law and Litigation categories. This honor is based on peer reviews and given to just 6% of private practicing attorneys in… Read More
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Cary Devorsetz selected as Co-Chair of the Community Associations Institute’s District of Columbia Legislative Action Committee

Cary Devorsetz, who co-founded ADH, was selected in October 2022 to act as Co-Chair of the Community Associations Institute’s District of Columbia Legislative Action Committee (DC LAC), a two-year position. Mr. Devorsetz has been active with the DC… Read More
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Alderman, Devorsetz & Hora Continues to Grow

Washington, DC – Alderman, Devorsetz & Hora PLLC (ADH) is excited to announce that Attorney Elizabeth Menist, Attorney Carole Briggs and Senior Legal Assistant Elena Moore are joining ADH, effective June 1, 2022 from the DC law firm of Scheuerm… Read More
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ADH Client, Lynn Long, Files Suit Against the Architect of the Capitol (AOC) for Discrimination and a Hostile Work Environment Based on Race and Retaliation

Les Alderman filed suit on behalf of Lynn Long, a black employee at the AOC, who states that the agency passed him up for a promotion based on his race and fostered a hostile work environment. Alderman, who has represented numerous other clients agai… Read More
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Les Alderman quoted by The Washington Post in "Oily Pennies" DOL Litigation

On December 30, 2021, the Department of Labor filed suit on behalf of a Georgia man against his former employer who dumped over 91,000 oily pennies at the end of his driveway in lieu of his final paycheck. ADH Partner, Les Alderman, who is not involv… Read More
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ADH Attorney Les Alderman Files Suit on Behalf of Juan Cobbin over the Culture of Racial Discrimination in Capitol Police K-9 Unit

Sergeant Cobbin (ret.) served as head of K-9 training intermittently from August 2013 to May 2021 and was the first African American Head of K-9 Training at the USCP. Sgt. Cobbin has been shuffled in and out of the role, with the Capitol Police repla… Read More
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ADH Ranked as Tier 1 by “Best Law Firms”

Last week, Best Lawyers and U.S. News & World Report publicly announced the twelfth edition of the “Best Law Firms” rankings, and ADH has been included in this elite and extremely impressive group. ADH has been ranked as Tier 1 in Washington,… Read More
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ADH Law is Pleased to Welcome Rebecca Stoddard to the Firm

ADH Law is pleased to welcome Rebecca Stoddard to the Firm as an associate attorney. Prior to joining the Firm, Rebecca practiced personal injury and civil rights law at a boutique law firm in Manhattan. In May 2020, she graduated cum laude from New… Read More
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Sundeep Hora Included in the Best Lawyers in America and Best Lawyers in D.C. for the Second Year in a Row

Sundeep Hora was included in the Best Lawyers in America and Best Lawyers in D.C. for the second year in a row in the Employment Law and Litigation categories. This honor is based on peer reviews and given to just 6% of private practicing attorneys i… Read More
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ADH Attorney Sundeep Hora Files Suit Against the Washington Post for Discrimination and a Hostile Work Environment

On July 21, 2021, Sundeep Hora filed suit on behalf of Felicia Sonmez, a national political reporter with the Washington Post against her employer, the Post, and her editors. As detailed in the Complaint, the Defendants, in violation of the D.C. Huma… Read More
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