Biography

Brett Harvey

Brett Harvey, Esq., serves as senior counsel and vice president of the Grants and Funding Team with Alliance Defending Freedom. (4/19/2020)

Case

Grace Church of North County v. City of San Diego

Rancho Bernardo congregation wins ADF-funded lawsuit against city, planning boards (5/29/2020)

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Rowan County v. Lund

The American Civil Liberties Union of North Carolina filed suit against Rowan County’s prayer policy. (5/29/2020)

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In re Parentage of Scarlett Z.-D.

The Illinois Supreme Court ruled that people who are not legal parents cannot use arguments that they are “psychologically” connected to a child in order to obtain some form of custody. (6/2/2020)

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Routes 202 and 309 Novelties and Gifts v. The King’s Men

A federal court has dismissed a lawsuit against a Christian ministry represented by Alliance Defending Freedom allied attorneys after a Pennsylvania sexually oriented business gave up its fight to stop the free speech of sidewalk counselors. (6/2/2020)

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Davis v. Shade

ADF, Jones Day attorneys represent Allegany County in defense of monument identical to one Supreme Court upheld in 2005 (6/2/2020)

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Joyner v. Forsyth County

Court lifts injunction against Forsyth County prayer policy (6/2/2020)

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Rubin v. City of Lancaster/Atheists of Florida v. City of Lakeland

ADF attorneys file friend-of-the-court briefs defending the practice of opening public meetings with privately-led prayers (6/2/2020)

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Town of Greece v. Galloway

Town sued for opening its meetings with prayer (5/29/2020)

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Attorneys

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Blog

What Is The Purpose Of Public Prayer?

In a remarkable 2-1 split decision, the Fourth Circuit Court of Appeals (which presides over the four states of the Carolina’s and the Virginias) invalidated the policy of Forsyth County, NC that allowed prayers to be offered before meetings of the County Council. (4/19/2020)

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How Your Generosity Paved the Way for Victory in These Critical Cases

God has used the Grants and Funding program to shape the laws of nations with victories at the U.S Supreme Court, the European Court of Human Rights, and the high courts of several nations. (4/20/2020)

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Selling Children: Condemned or Celebrated? (Part 2)

As I discussed in Part 1 of “Selling Children: Condemned or Celebrated?” when prospective parents go to any lengths to satisfy their own need to create children, there are dangerous consequences for the women caught up in the “manufacturing process” and the children ultimately “produced." (4/19/2020)