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Marshall Grossman

Marshall Grossman

Lecturer in Law

Last Updated: Monday, December 11, 2017

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699 Exposition Blvd. Los Angeles, CA 90089-0074 USA




Marshall Grossman is a senior partner at Orrick, Herrington & Sutcliffe in Los Angeles. He is among the few lawyers to have been concurrently ranked by Chambers in three different areas of litigation: General Commercial Litigation; Media and Entertainment Litigation; and Trial Lawyers. The Best Lawyers in America ranks him as a leading lawyer in Bet-the-Company Litigation; Entertainment Law; and Commercial Litigation. For over 10 years, Grossman served as member and then Chair on the California Commission on Judicial Performance. He also served for several years as a member of the California Coastal Commission. Grossman is a lecturer at the USC Gould School of Law where he graduated Order of the Coif and a Law Review associate editor.
 

FACULTY IN THE NEWS

The New York Times
December 14, 2017
Re: Abby K. Wood

Abby Wood was quoted about the standard of acceptable behavior established by the Democratic Party. “I’m struck by where the Democrats drew this line. Suppose they had drawn it somewhere between the allegations against Rep. John Conyers and those against Sen. Franken,” Wood explained. “By requesting retirement from Conyers but continuing to work with Franken, the message would have been that women should simply learn to live with some level of sexual harassment and assault. Instead, they seem to have drawn a bold line: no unwanted touching of any kind is permissible, full stop.”

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