Ermini v. Vittori

758 F.3d 153 (2d Cir. 2014) (served as amicus counsel) – In this case involving an international custody dispute brought under the Hague Convention, the Second Circuit held that, despite a father’s wishes, his son with “severe” autism would remain in the United States with his mother and brother so that he might continue to receive ABA therapy and avoid the “grave risk of harm” that he would face if he were to return to Italy, a country where such services are not as readily available.