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A towering intellect and a genius in court, with the instincts of a street fighter. Robbie Kaplan has been involved in some of the most important legal developments of recent years. Robbie has represented a of companies in tech and the sharing economy. On behalf of Airbnb, she succeeded in obtaining a preliminary injunction on Fourth Amendment grounds blocking a New York City ordinance that would have required Airbnb to turn over massive amounts of data, a prospect that posed ificant privacy concerns.
See Airbnb, Inc. City of New YorkF. Robbie ultimately secured a favorable settlement in that case addressing those issues. She has also represented Uber in several cases involving ificant business and privacy concerns posed by government regulation. In the wake of the financial crisis inRobbie represented Fitch Ratings for several years in dozens of regulatory investigations and civil litigations in both state and federal court relating to Fitch's credit ratings of RMBS, CDO, and municipal bond transactions.
As a result of these and other matters, Robbie has decades of experience dealing with the complex interplay between regulatory investigations and the civil lawsuits that almost inevitably follow. Robbie has earned a reputation for helping top universities navigate their most pressing legal challenges.
She has represented Columbia University for almost a decade in a of cases related to Title IX and alleged gender-based misconduct, winning multiple motions to dismiss. See, e. Columbia Univ.
Robbie recently secured the dismissal of breach of contract claims in an ongoing litigation against Columbia University seeking hundreds of Ladies seeking real sex Hecker of dollars in tuition refunds related to the COVID pandemic.
In JanuaryRobbie defeated a motion for a preliminary injunction in federal district court seeking to require Brown University to restore its men's and women's squash teams to varsity status. Robbie similarly secured a favorable settlement for Brown in high-profile litigation related to gender proportionality requirements in its athletics programs.
Constitution by barring legally married same-sex couples from enjoying the wide-ranging benefits of marriage. The consequences of the Windsor decision were both rapid and profound. Professor Laurence Tribe of Harvard Law School has observed that he could not "think of any Supreme Court decision in history that has ever created so rapid and broad a lower-court groundswell in a single direction as Windsor.
One of the very first cases filed by Kaplan Hecker was a high-stakes lawsuit under the Ku Klux Klan Act of against twenty-four neo-Nazi and white supremacist leaders responsible for organizing the racial- and religious-based violence in Charlottesville in August See Sines v. KesslerF. In that case, currently scheduled for trial in OctoberRobbie and her team have secured numerous awards of sanctions against the defendants, including adverse inferences and court rulings that allegations against certain of the defendants are to be accepted by the jury as true.
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