Doing Good Together

November, 2014Article
USC Gould School of Law

“The inverse is that, sometimes, an organization will have a case that’s just huge or incredibly tricky — for example, it might have some corporate securities component, wire fraud or some weird thing that they don’t typically deal with — and then they’ll find an attorney in your firm that does know that area. So then the relationship kind of flips a little bit and the person at the firm might be relied on more heavily.”

Those sentiments were echoed by Shannon Grube, staff attorney at the Alliance for Children’s Rights, and Megan Rivetti, associate at Greenberg Glusker. Rivetti and the Alliance secured the right to federal foster care funding for a seven-year-old girl who will now be eligible for assistance until she’s 18 or 21. Greenberg Glusker attorneys have partnered with the Alliance on several other cases for the same family to address other needs.

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