Law360, New York (October 20, 2014, 2:34 PM EDT) -- Outten & Golden LLP's Adam Klein's representation of undocumented West African immigrants in a trailblazing class and collective action, hundreds of thousands of would-be census workers pursuing race bias claims and unpaid interns seeking compensation demonstrates his unique ability to see merit in challenging and novel lawsuits other lawyers shy away from, his colleagues say.
Klein, who joined Outten & Golden in 2000, founded and built the firm's class action practice group. In the process, he's established a reputation as a visionary with a knack for identifying viable claims based on creative legal theories and throwing his weight behind groundbreaking suits....
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