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Alex Kozinski, Engstrom Lipscomb & Lack, Girardi & Keese, Gretchen Nelson, Howard Rice, Jerome Falk, Kreindler & Kreindler, State Bar of California, Susan Friery, Thomas Girardi, William Fletcher

Gretchen Nelson of Kreindler & Kreindler Hereby Asked to Opine on Matters Involving Susan Friery /Engstrom Lipscomb & Lack’s Walter Lack/ In Re Girardi

As part of a journalistic inquiry, The Leslie Brodie Report hereby asks Kreindler & Kreindler’s Gretchen Nelson to opine on matters relating to former partner Susan Friery, and in connection with Kreindler & Kreindler 20 year failure to detect the fraud.

Ms Gretchen Nelson, won a State Bar of California Board of Governors seat in August of 2010. She is a former president of the Los Angeles County Bar Association, received the Breakfast Club endorsement for the county Seat 1 position. A partner with Kreindler & Kreindler LLP, she has been a trial lawyer for more than 25 years with experience at small- and medium-sized law firms as well as solo practice. A graduate of Smith College and Georgetown University Law Center, Nelson serves on the board of the Consumer Attorneys Association of Los Angeles and chairs the Los Angeles County Bar Association’s judicial election evaluation committee. (photo and nerrative courtesy of Cal Bar Journal)

Was Kreindler & Kreindler’s failure to detect the fraud part of an scheme? Or, in the alternative, was it a result of mere recklesness?

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Additionaly, The Leslie Brodie Report hereby asks Kreindler & Kreindler’s Gretchen Nelson to opine on matters relating to Walter Lack of Engstrom Lipscomb & Lack.

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Please observe that, rather than contacting you directly, the query is being delivered publicly, here and now.

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