Griffin Finan Associate
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As an associate at Ifrah Law, Griffin Finan has already worked on a wide range of matters for the firm’s clients.
Ifrah Law offers specialized experience in the online poker industry, and Griffin has already made significant contributions in many i-gaming cases, primarily in class action defense. In his work at Ifrah Law, Griffin has assisted in advising a fantasy sports website investor on compliance with federal gambling laws. He has also provided counsel in government contract debarment proceedings, contract disputes, U.S. Commodity Futures Trading Commission defense work, and the firm’s qui tam whistleblower cases.
Prior to joining the firm, Griffin served on Georgetown University Law Center’s Community Justice Project. While there, he represented two claimants in the Washington, D.C. Office of Administrative Hearings on appeals of their denial of unemployment insurance benefits. He also worked with the D.C. Access to Justice Commission on issues facing unemployment insurance benefits claimants who appeal adverse decisions to the D.C. Court of Appeals.
Griffin has also interned with the Hon. Sally Adkins of the Maryland Court of Appeals, and spent a summer working with the U.S. Attorney’s Office for the Northern District of Alabama. In 2011, Griffin co-authored the Securities Chapter in the Annual Survey of White Collar Crime.
* He is currently not admitted to the District of Columbia bar but is supervised by the principals of the firm admitted to the District of Columbia bar.
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