October 09, 2013

Alan Greenberg Quoted in LA Times Regarding Execs Seeking Millions from OC Register Owner

LA Times
by Stuart Pfeifer
October 9, 2013
Greenberg Gross Partner, Alan Greenberg, was quoted in an LA Times article about two former top executives that sued Freedom Communications Inc., parent company of the OC Register, for failing to pay them a combined 4.5 million in severance pay.
From the article:

The fact that the former executives would seek to attach Freedom’s assets is not necessarily a sign that the company is struggling, said attorney Alan Greenberg, co-founder of the Costa Mesa law firm Greenberg Gross, which is not involved in the case.

“So far they have not presented any evidence of any insolvency or reason to believe [Freedom] would be unable to pay a judgment,” Greenberg said. “Just because they filed it doesn’t mean that they don’t have the wherewithal to pay.”

Read the full LA Times article