Supreme Court Practice. Gupta Wessler maintains an active practice before the Supreme Court of the United States. Uniquely among private law firms in the Supreme Court bar, we focus exclusively on the representation of plaintiffs and public interest clients. We brief and argue cases before the Court, devise amicus strategies, and assist others with their cases. > read more
Appellate Practice. Most of our work is focused on doing just one thing — winning on appeal. Leading trial lawyers nationwide regularly seek us out to handle their most consequential and challenging matters on appeal. We approach each case with a fresh perspective, a bird’s-eye view of the law, and a creative and strategic sense of how to reframe the issues for success on appeal. > read more
Constitutional & Administrative Litigation. In select matters, we work with clients and co-counsel to design and prosecute constitutional and regulatory challenges and other complex litigation from the ground up, with a special focus on the First Amendment and litigation involving federal agency action. We also consult on litigation strategy and are occasionally retained to argue critical, high-stakes motions that present unsettled legal issues. > read more
Civil Rights and Class Actions. Our newest practice primarily comprises trial-court litigation to combat discrimination and other abuses in employment, housing, financial services, public accommodations, and government programs, with an emphasis on stopping technology from undermining equal rights and consumer protection. The firm is currently litigating novel cases at the intersection of civil rights and technology—on behalf of workers, consumers, non-profits, and unions—against some of the world’s largest technology companies (like Facebook and Amazon), and will continue to apply innovative legal theories to attack the misuse of technology to undermine civil rights.
Policy Consulting & Non-Profit Organizations. The firm’s public policy work includes consulting, preparing legal analysis, developing advocacy strategies, and occasionally appearing before the Executive Branch or Congress. > read more