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Housing company cites ongoing lawsuit for halting discussions with military residents at Fort Meade, Md.

December 15, 2020, Stars and Stripes

Benjamin Block is quoted in Stars and Stripes regarding the firm’s pro bono representation of military families suing Corvias, a housing company responsible for maintaining the upkeep of on-base housing. Mr. Block says it is “very disappointing” that Corvias ended participation in discussions with residents about their concerns and blamed these families. “But, sadly, it is not surprising. Our clients had the courage to come forward to vindicate the rights of all military families living in Corvias housing on Fort Meade. Corvias' latest action confirms that it still has no interest in transparency or accountability, choosing instead to retaliate against those who bring these issues to light. Our service members and their families deserve better,” he adds.

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