However, some of those supposedly in the know associated his legal efforts on preparing the White House immigration order with Greenberg Traurig. On Fox, Giuliani crowed about his participation.
Well, as lawyer-journalist, Kathryn Rubino, reports on Abovthelaw, the law firm quickly corrected that assumption.
In a carefully worded statement it clarified that Giuliani's legal efforts represented those of a private citizen who was volunteering expertise. No, the law firm did not take part in any aspect of that.
The order itself has been assessed as not exactly top-notch legal work. In addition, it triggered worldwide chaos.
So, in both the courts of law and those of public opinion, the immigration order could be perceived as a potential embarrassment to Greenberg Traurig. That could be even though it has hammered that it had not been involved.
Reflection: Will Giuliani as shareholder continue to embarrass Greenberg Traurig? If so, what action will it take?
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