39 Focused on What Matters Additional Pro Bono Highlights from 2012 that has caller identification blocked or from any cell phone, Hatzalah would not get any calling party number information. Thanks to Mintz Levin’s efforts, the FCC now permits Hatzalah to access this information, meaning that Hatzalah can now know a disconnected caller’s address, and call him or her back. Mintz Levin’s extraordinary work in this field— with Hatzalah being the first nongovernmental agency to achieve this distinction—was led by attorney Jeff Moerdler, a Hatzalah volunteer EMT and board member. Attorneys Russell Fox, Ernie Cooper, and Mary Lovejoy worked with Jeff on this matter. Attorneys Cynthia Larose, Bridget Rohde, and Sarah Hogan, former Mintz Levin attorney Geri Haight, and Jeff assisted Hatzalah with information technology and recordkeeping issues related to upgrading the records that Hatzalah keeps in connectionwithitscalldispatchsystem,acontracttoupgrade its web portal, as well as domain name and trademark issues. Attorney Dom Picca assisted Hatzalah with its response to a subpoena in a litigation between a property owner and a Hatzalah patient. Attorneys Ellyn Sternfield and Andy Roth assisted Hatzalah with health care regulatory issues. Human Rights Campaign As the largest civil rights organization working to achieve equalityforlesbian,gay,bisexual,andtransgenderAmericans, the Human Rights Campaign represents a grassroots force of over 750,000 members and supporters nationwide—all committed to making the Human Rights Campaign’s vision a reality. Founded in 1980, the Human Rights Campaign advocates on behalf of LGBT Americans, mobilizes grassroots actions in diverse communities, invests strategically to elect fair-minded individuals to office, and educates the public about LGBT issues. Mintz Levin has served as pro bono counsel to the Human Rights Campaign since 1995 and has provided the organization with advice and assistance on a wide range of issues. This past year, attorney Christine Baker provided trademark and copyright advice and assisted the organization Greater Boston Interfaith Organization The Greater Boston Interfaith Organization is a broad- based, nonprofit organization working to coalesce, train, and organize the communities of Greater Boston across all religious, racial, ethnic, class, and neighborhood lines for the public good. Attorneys Anthony Hubbard and Katy Ward worked with the organization to create a separate nonprofit for its “Moving from Debt to Assets,” a financial education program for low-income individuals. Anthony and Katy assisted the new organization with its incorporation as a Massachusetts nonprofit and helped the founders adopt by-laws, constitute the board, and apply for 501(c)(3) status. Greater Boston Interfaith Organization recognized Mintz Levin at a recent delegates’ assembly and thanked the firm on behalf of those who will benefit from the Moving from Debt to Assets program. Haitian Relief Efforts The firm continued its efforts to help Haitians living in the United States deal with the devastating impact of the January 2010 earthquake. The US government extended the Temporary Protected Status designation, allowing eligible Haitians to remain in the United States and obtain employment authorization. Mintz Levin staff filed and obtained extensions of Temporary Protected Status, employment authorization, and fee waivers for many Haitian clients. Attorney Bill Coffman and former Mintz Levin attorneys Bee Mandell and Marisa Howe, along with Project Analysts Kyle Crawford and Amarynth Sichel, contributed to these successful applications. Hatzalah Volunteer Ambulance Corps Hatzalah is the largest volunteer ambulance service in the United States, with 14 local chapters in the New York metropolitan area. Hatzalah’s state-of-the-art private dispatch systemcurrentlyreceivescalleridentificationinformationonly from landline phones that don’t block caller identification information. Until now, if someone called Hatzalah for assistance in a medical emergency from either a landline