By Ben Seal
Of the Legal Staff
In Tuesday's Legal, reporter Gina Passarella wrote about a gender bias class action that has been filed against Greenberg Traurig by Francine Griesing, who worked in the firm's Philadelphia office from 2007 to 2010. Griesing's suit alleges that the firm had a "boys club of origination" and stifled women's ability to generate business.
Vivia Chen, at Legal affiliate The Careerist, spoke with Griesing's attorney, David Sanford of Sanford Heisler, about what the suit might mean for other firms. Sanford said Griesing's allegations were investigated by the EEOC for three years, and the firm ranked "193 out of 221 top law firms" in terms of female equity partners. So what might this lawsuit mean for other firms? Take a look at the full story for more.