Greenberg Traurig is in the midst of a lawsuit after receiving a complaint that the firm engages in “systematic, firm-wide” discrimination of females. The allegations also came with a demand for $200M. The EEOC – the government body responsible for enforcing employment law – found reasonable cause to believe that Greenberg Traurig engages in such discrimination in violation of Title VII and the Equal Pay Act.
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