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Jul. 7, 2017

Greenberg Traurig LLP’s lawyers raise money with rock

Members of Greenberg Traurig LLP’s San Francisco and Silicon Valley offices performed June 14 as the rock band ‘Attractive Nuisance’ at the Family Violence Appellate Project’s 5th annual “Banding Together to End Domestic Violence” charity event in San Francisco.

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From left, K&L Gates LLP attorney Matthew G. Ball with Greenberg Traurig LLP attorneys Lisa Li, Michael R. Hogue, paralegal Vincent Harrington, and attorneys William H. Gorrod and R. Bruce Steinert Jr.

Members of Greenberg Traurig LLP’s San Francisco and Silicon Valley offices performed June 14 as the rock band Attractive Nuisance at the Family Violence Appellate Project’s 5th annual “Banding Together to End Domestic Violence” charity event in San Francisco.

Greenberg Traurig attorneys Michael R. Hogue, Lisa Li and paralegal Vincent Harrington provided vocals while William H. Gorrod and Robert B. Steinert played guitar, performing along with K&L Gates LLP attorney Matthew G. Ball on bass, in a battle of bands from five Bay Area law firms.

The band won third place at the event, which raised $156,078 for the Family Violence Appellate Project to help end domestic violence in California.

— Shane Nelson

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Shane Nelson

Daily Journal Staff Writer
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