Pro Bono

Providing support to our communities.

Banner Witcoff attorneys recognize the responsibility to serve our local communities in meaningful ways by providing pro bono legal services to individuals and charitable organizations where legal help would otherwise be unavailable. We represent pro bono clients in civil litigation, licensing agreements, and other business-related matters that are core to their success. We also volunteer to support local charitable organizations that provide services to our communities.

  • Unseld v. Flowers, et al.
  • Letkowski v. Grace Cleaning
  • Yorshino Brantley v. Children’s Memorial Hospital
  • Hill v. Cook County Jail

  • Acorda Therapeutics v. Roxane Laboratories (On behalf of BIO)
  • Apple v. Motorola (On behalf of IPLAC)
  • Lighting Ballast Control v. Philips Electronics North America (On behalf of ABA)
  • Robert Bosch v. Pylon Manufacturing (On behalf of IPLAC)
  • CLS Bank v. Alice (On behalf of IPLAC)
  • Ebay v. MercExchange (On behalf of ABA)
  • KSR v. Telflex (On behalf of ABA)
  • Egyptian Goddess v. Swisa (On behalf of FICPI)
  • Therasense, Inc. v. Becton Dickinson & Co (On behalf of IPLAC)

  • Boys & Girls Club of America
  • Capitol Learning Academy
  • City Year Philadelphia
  • Cook County Legal Assistance Hotline – CARPLS
  • DC Access to Justice Commission
  • DC Bar Foundation
  • DC Bar Pro Bono Program
  • Elastic Arts
  • Ellie's Hats
  • Equal Justice Works
  • Greater Boston Legal Services
  • Judicial Intern Opportunity Program (ABA JIOP)
  • Jobs for Youth, Chicago
  • Lawyers' Committee for Better Housing
  • Lawyers for the Creative Arts
  • Lawyers Have Heart (American Heart Association/American Stroke Association)
  • Lawyers Lend a Hand to Youth
  • Legal Aid Society of DC
  • Legal Momentum
  • Martha's Table
  • Portland Parks Foundation
  • Race Judicata
  • Street Law
  • Thurgood Marshall Academy
  • Washington Legal Clinic for the Homeless
  • Whitman Walker Health
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