Outspoken immigrant-rights activists have been the target of U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) for selective enforcement of immigration laws for years. ICE detained spokespeople and directors of immigration advocacy organizations, surveilled their headquarters, and targeted their members for deportation proceedings. On behalf of three of these organizations, a team of DWT lawyers sought an injunction in 2018, alleging that ICE has violated the plaintiffs' First Amendment rights and undermined their work. ICE moved to dismiss the case, but in a May 2019 decision, a federal judge in Tacoma, Washington, denied the motion, allowing the case to go forward. DWT's Ambika Doran, Robbie Miller, Rachel Herd, Bruce E. H. Johnson, and Max Hensley (now in-house at T-Mobile) secured this victory on behalf of the targeted organizations and activists.