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2nd Circuit Enters Circuit Split Over Foster Care Payment Enforcement

New York Law Journal

19 Apr 2019

A ruling by the United States Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit, issued today, ensures that a decade-old suit to bring New York’s foster care reimbursement rates into compliance with the federal Child Welfare Act (CWA) will move forward.

Morrison & Foerster partners Grant Esposito and Brian Matsui are representing the New York State Citizens’ Coalition for Children, the foster care advocacy group who began their suit against the state on behalf of its foster parent members in 2010. Details of the case are highlighted in the New York Law Journal article, “2nd Circuit Enters Circuit Split Over Foster Care Payment Enforcement.”



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