Greenberg Traurig Gets $250M Malpractice Suit Trimmed

Law360, New York (July 9, 2013, 3:33 PM EDT) -- A New York judge overseeing a $250 million suit accusing Greenberg Traurig LLP of giving bad advice in a trademark suit between two jewelry designer siblings has found that the firm did not engage in egregious deception, according to an order released Monday.

New York Supreme Court Judge Charles E. Ramos dismissed an attorney misconduct claim against Greenberg Traurig and its attorneys Paul D. Schindler and G. Roxanne Elings after finding that the firm's advice to designer Michelle Savitt did not cause her any demonstrable damage...
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