Greenberg Traurig Distances Firm From Giuliani's Immigration Ban Work

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Greenberg Traurig chairman Richard Rosenbaum responded quickly to Rudy Giuliani's comments, sending a letter to the firm that made it clear Greenberg Traurig was not retained to advise Trump on this executive order and that the firm values diversity and its immigrant roots.

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What's being said

  • Ron Jordan, Carter-White & Shaw, Diverse Attorney Recruiters

    I wrote this to Rosenbaum directly that Rudy would do something that would embarrass the firm and its members, he has. Hiring him was a slap in the face of everyone from Cesar Alvarez to incoming diverse attorney of color associates, especially attorneys in the firm‘s offices around the globe who are practicing Muslim‘s. Wrong the first time, slow to comprehend, that your employees look to you for leadership and you let them down, over a supposed direct link to the President, which meant you put money over integrity. Shameful...

  • Ron Jordan, Carter-White & Shaw, Diverse Attorney Recruiters

    I wrote this to Rosenbaum directly that Rudy would do something that would embarrass the firm and its members, he has. Hiring him was a slap in the face of everyone from Cesar Alvarez to incoming diverse attorney of color associates, especially attorneys in the firm‘s offices around the globe who are practicing Muslim‘s. Wrong the first time, slow to comprehend, that your employees look to you for leadership and you let them down, over a supposed direct link to the President, which meant you put money over integrity. Shameful...

  • Ron Jordan, Carter-White & Shaw, Diverse Attorney Recruiters

    I wrote this to Rosenbaum directly that Rudy would do something that would embarrass the firm and its members, he has. Hiring him was a slap in the face of everyone from Cesar Alvarez to incoming diverse attorney of color associates, especially attorneys in the firm‘s offices around the globe who are practicing Muslim‘s. Wrong the first time, slow to comprehend, that your employees look to you for leadership and you let them down, over a supposed direct link to the President, which meant you put money over integrity. Shameful...

  • Trumpito the Loser

    The man is a joke and a potential felon since he was getting inside information from the FBI about the forthcoming Comey letter that doomed Hillary.

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