Yet another law firm has unveiled a tech-focused subsidiary. In this week’s installment of Law Firm Disrupted, we take a look at what sets Greenberg Traurig’s entry apart from the others. Want to weigh in? Email me here. Want this dispatch in your inbox every Thursday? Sign up here.


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Greenberg Traurig executive chairman Richard Rosenbaum told me earlier this week that the firm’s new innovation subsidiary is an idea that hasn’t been attempted before in the marketplace.

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