Media Coverage

Fox9Madia Law’s Joshua Newville and clients Barbara and Ashley Wright and were featured on Fox 9 News regarding federal civil rights lawsuits Madia Law is bringing against the States of South and North Dakota for their discriminatory bans on same-sex marriages.

Washington PostThe Washington Post profiled Joshua Newville and quoted him on page 3 of Sunday’s print version regarding Madia Law’s involvement in marriage equality litigation in South Dakota and North Dakota.

City Pages

The City Pages profiled Joshua Newville regarding his representation of 6 couples challenging South Dakota’s ban on same-sex marriage.

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The Guardian, Bloomberg NewsABC NewsUSA Today, The Washington TimesThe New York Times, The Advocate, Slate MagazineThe Huffington Post, The Los Angeles Times, Argus Leader, The US News & World ReportThe New Civil Rights Movement, and others reported on Madia Law’s filing of a historic marriage equality lawsuit in United States District Court in Sioux Falls, South Dakota.

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The Ed Show on MSNBC reported on Madia Law’s filing of a federal lawsuit challenging South Dakota’s same-sex marriage ban and discussed the state of marriage equality in the United States.

  KSFY Joshua Newville was interviewed on Sioux Falls’ KSFY regarding his filing of a federal lawsuit challenging South Dakota’s same-sex marriage ban.  

Fox9 Joshua Newville spoke to Fox 9 News regarding a federal civil rights lawsuit Madia Law is bringing against the State of South Dakota for its discriminatory ban on same-sex marriages.

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South Dakota KELO Radio interviewed Joshua Newville and South Dakota’s Attorney General regarding Madia Law’s federal lawsuit challenging South Dakota’s same-sex marriage ban.

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The Washington PostThe Pioneer Press, The Advocate, The Rapid City Journal, The Star Tribune, The Washington Times, and others, report on Madia Law’s pending marriage equality lawsuit against the State of South Dakota and quote Joshua Newville regarding the federal class action civil rights litigation.

The DishAndrew Sullivan of The Daily Dish quotes Joshua Newville regarding the results of the November 2012 election and marriage equality in Minnesota and beyond.

Minnesota Public Radio quotes Ashwin Madia regarding Minnesota’s proposed Voter ID Amendment.

Minnesota Lawyer reports on Madia Law’s $1.3 million jury verdict for a disabled physician deprived of shares.

Minnesota Public Radio quotes Joshua Newville regarding Minnesota’s proposed marriage amendment.

St. Paul Employment Lawyers Pioneer Press reports on Madia Law’s successful jury verdict for excessive force against the St. Paul Police Department.

Minneapolis Employment Lawyers Star Tribune reports on Madia Law’s $35,000 punitive damages verdict against St. Paul Police Department.

Minnesota Sexual Harassment LawyersAshwin Madia spoke to Dylan Ratigan on MSNBC about illegal foreclosures by big banks on the homes of U.S. servicemembers and their families.

Minneapolis Wrongful Termination LawyersAshwin Madia spoke on December 14, 2011 to Fox 9 KMSP regarding the return of American forces from Iraq.

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Ashwin Madia spoke to Dylan Ratigan on MSNBC regarding casualties in Afghanistan.
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Minnesota Sexual Harassment LawyersAshwin Madia appeared on The Ed Schultz Show on June 22, 2011 to discuss American policy in Afghanistan.

Minnesota Sexual Harassment LawyersAshwin Madia appeared on The Dylan Ratigan Show on March 31, 2011 to discuss the importance of achieving energy independence.

St. Paul Employment LawyersPioneer Press reports on Madia’s successful efforts to hold slumlords accountable to tenants for appalling living conditions.

Minnesota Employment, Wrongful Termination LawyersOn December 9, 2010, Ashwin Madia was quoted in the New York Times regarding the failure of Congress to repeal “Don’t, Don’t Tell”.

Minneapolis Employment Lawyers Madia Law represents police officer fired from St. Cloud police department because of sexual orientation. An ex-St. Cloud police officer has sued his former department for alleged discrimination.