A California venture capitalist who has admitted to bribing New York state pension officials has sued Gibson Dunn & Crutcher over $1.3 million in fees the firm seeks for representing him during the investigation that precipitated that admission.
Elliott Broidy’s lawsuit — filed Monday in Los Angeles Superior Court — comes in response to a Gibson Dunn motion to have an arbitrator in New York resolve the fee dispute between the two parties. Broidy wants the disagreement handled in California.
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