Charles Saul represents employers and municipalities in all aspects of labor relations, employment law, and Section 1983 civil rights cases. He has extensive experience in representing these clients both privately and through their insurance carriers. He succesfully argued efore the U.S. Supreme Court in the landmark case of Allegheny County v. ACLU on behalf of Chabad's right to erect a public Menorah on public property in downtown Pittsburgh.
Giant menorahs in front of government buildings and in public squares have become a staple of the Holiday season and Jewish cultural and religious life, but the pioneering public menorahs of the 80’s faced stiff legal battles. In 1986, Chabad-Lubavitch of Pittsburgh erected its annual menorah display in front of City-County Building
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