Griesing Seeks Venue Change in Greenberg's Motion for Arbitration

, The Legal Intelligencer


Francine Friedman Griesing, the former Greenberg Traurig shareholder suing the firm in New York for gender discrimination in a proposed $200 million class action, has asked a Pennsylvania federal court to dismiss the law firm's motion to compel arbitration or, at the least, change the venue.

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  • RD Legal Funding

    This is going to be a really bad fight. Everything is going to be up for examination, The law firm is just trying to get the venue changed for strategic purposes. They are just trying to get a strategic advantage but it doesn't have any impact on the facts of the case which are at question. This is going to be a very long case.

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