An apology, finally, for oppressed minority
For Martin Gold, a pro bono lobbying effort of 1,000 hours started with a single lunch. The senior counsel in Covington & Burling's Washington office was dining in 2009 with acquaintances in China. They mentioned that California had finally formally apologized for decades of legal discrimination against Chinese-Americans.
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