Rudolph Giuliani has spent days on newspaper front pages and dominating cable news this week, with some suggesting he has placed his own client, the president of the United States, in fresh legal jeopardy.

Among those closely watching Giuliani’s performance, it’s certain, are his fellow shareholders at Greenberg Traurig. In a move that legal ethics experts suggest is uncommon, Giuliani has remained with the firm but taken a leave of absence to represent President Donald Trump.

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