Prosecutors in Guam dropped felony charges Monday against Greenberg Traurig in a case tied to the Miami-based law firm's imprisoned lobbyist Jack Abramoff. The firm agreed to refund $324,000 in lobbying fees to the Guam judiciary in exchange for the dismissal of charges of theft by deception, theft and conspiracy. Greenberg became entangled in the criminal investigation after Abramoff billed the territory for work done on projects he wasn't hired to pursue, Guam prosecutors charged.
Felony Charges in Guam Dropped Against Greenberg Traurig
Daily Business Review
April 15, 2008