Ex-Greenberg Partner Who Sued Firm: Why I Left Big Law

, The Am Law Daily

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Francine Griesing, a Philadelphia lawyer who recently settled a proposed $200 million gender-discrimination class action with Greenberg Traurig, spoke at a conference Thursday on what prompted her to launch her own firm in 2010 along with a Greenberg associate.

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  • No User

    "Clad in a bright blue dress suit..." LOL! Nothing has changed.

  • Anonymous

    GT is a tough place. If you join and don't know that, you likely have no ability to survive.

    And I would hire their lawyers, even the ones I don't like.

  • John

    First, they went to Mediation and not Arbitration. Next, does anyone know who the Mediator was?

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