- 360 Advocacy Webinar, December 10, 2020: The Most Successful Civil Rights Lawyers Discuss the Seismic Shift in Litigation. An esteemed panel of nationallyDecember 10, 2020
An esteemed panel of nationally recognized civil rights litigators, including the lawyers for the families of George Floyd, Breonna Taylor and many of the most high-profile civil rights victims in US history, discuss the latest developments in the law in a Zoom webinar coordinated by 360 Advocacy.
- ABC 7 Chicago, April 3, 2018: Attorney Antonio Romanucci Speaks following Sex Trafficking Guilty Plea in case of Desiree Robinson. Attorney Antonio RomanucciApril 3, 2018
Attorney Antonio Romanucci speaks to ABC Chicago following a guilty plea to sex trafficking in the case of Desiree Robinson, a 16-year-old girl who was murdered after being sold for sex on the website Backpage.com on Christmas Eve of 2016. Romanucci points out that we would not be here today if it was not for the ease of access to websites like Backpage.com where adult sexual predators who take children off the streets can sell them for sex. A civil suit filed by Romanucci & Blandin is still pending.
- CNN/HLN Network, November 16, 2017: Chicago Attorney Files Lawsuits on Behalf of Victims of Las Vegas Route 91 Festival Shooting. Chicago attorney, AntonioNovember 16, 2017
Chicago attorney, Antonio Romanucci of Romanucci & Blandin shares details of the filing of multiple lawsuits on behalf of victims of the Route 91 Festival shooting in Las Vegas, NV. The lawsuits name as defendants: MGM Resorts International, Mandalay Bay, Live Nation Entertainment, Live Nation Group, the Estate of Steven Paddock, Slide Fire Solutions, Doe Manufacturers and Roe Retailers – manufacturers and retailers of the used bump stock device. Romanucci, who is also currently representing plaintiffs in the mass shootings that occurred at Pulse Nightclub in Orlando, Florida spoke with HLN about the pending litigation process and how he hopes that real policy change can come from these lawsuits.
- CBS This Morning, March 22, 2017: Antonio Romanucci discusses Pulse Nightclub Lawsuit on CBS This Morning Dozens of survivors and families of victims have filed aMarch 22, 2017
CBS This Morning, March 22, 2017: Antonio Romanucci discusses Pulse Nightclub Lawsuit on CBS This Morning
Dozens of survivors and families of victims have filed a legal complaint claiming there is evidence that the horrific Pulse nightclub massacre could have been prevented by the shooter’s employer, G4S PLC, the world’s largest security company, headquartered in Britain, and its U.S. subsidiary, G4S Secure Solutions, based in Jupiter, Florida, and his wife, who were aware of his mental instability and deliberate commission to commit acts of violence – and did nothing. Antonio Romanucci, Principal and Partner at Romanucci & Blandin, shared details on CBS This Morning.
- September 14, 2021
Nationally renowned civil rights attorneys Ben Crump and Antonio Romanucci launched a call-a-thon that will run through September 16, asking supporters to call their U.S. Senators to urge them to pass the George Floyd Justice in Policing Act. The campaign’s goal is to generate 50,000 calls to senators in 50 hours.