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Greenberg Traurig’s Tim Long and Alicia Intriago Recognized for Serving on Voluntary Dispute Resolution Program and Pro Bono Panel

SACRAMENTO – Nov. 7, 2019 – Shareholder Timothy Long and associate Alicia R. Intriago, of the Sacramento office of global law firm Greenberg Traurig, LLP, were recognized for serving on the Eastern District of California's Voluntary Dispute Resolution Program (VDRP) and Pro Bono Panel, respectively at an event held on Nov. 14 at the Kennedy Learning Center in Sacramento, located at the Federal Courthouse for the Eastern District of California. Hosted by the Federal Bar Association, the event celebrated attorneys who have dedicated their time towards these programs.

According to the Eastern District’s website, the VDRP enables prisoner plaintiffs and other participants to take advantage of a variety of alternative dispute resolution methods including mediation, early neutral evaluation, negotiation, and settlement facilitation. The Eastern District’s Pro Bono Panel, according to the website, represents prisoner plaintiffs in lawsuits challenging confinement conditions or alleging unconstitutional treatment.

“Supporting the work of the Eastern District of California's VDRP is very important to our firm,” Long said. “At Greenberg Traurig, we consider pro bono service both a privilege and opportunity to give back to the community, by providing high quality legal services to underrepresented individuals and groups.”

Intriago noted, “I am honored to serve on the Eastern District of California’s Pro Bono Panel and to help further the program’s valuable mission to serve prisoner plaintiffs in California.”.

Long, a shareholder in the firm’s Labor & Employment practice, litigates wage-and-hour matters, including exemption, incentive compensation, independent contractor, off-the-clock, and pay practice claims, employment discrimination and wrongful termination claims, as well as trade secrets. He provides counsel on corporate matters from an employment perspective, and often advises entertainment industry employers on emerging issues.

Intriago, an associate in the firm’s litigation practice, helps clients with labor & employment, healthcare, false claims, trade secrets and employee mobility, and general litigation matters.

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