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Fred Fenster

Fred Fenster

Lecturer in Law

Last Updated: Thursday, May 18, 2017

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Telephone: (310) 785-6866
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699 Exposition Blvd. Los Angeles, CA 90089-0074 USA Room: 306E




Fred Fenster, a partner at Greenberg Glusker Fields Claman & Machtinger, resolves complex business disputes for a variety of clients, ranging from private individuals to multinational corporations. As a lecturer at USC Gould School of Law, he teaches Pre-Trial Advocacy.

Throughout his career, Fenster has represented technology and entertainment companies, real estate developers, banks, municipalities, educational organizations, retailers, publishers, radio networks and professional service providers. In addition to his expertise in litigation, he also specializes in arbitration, mediation and other alternative dispute resolution proceedings. Fenster has successfully tried nearly 100 cases concerning business contracts, unfair competition, trade disparagement, misappropriation of trade secrets, and interference of business relationships.

Fenster received both his BA, magna cum laude, and his JD, Order of the Coif, from USC. He serves on the board of editors of California Pretrial Practice & Forms. He recently was featured in “Madison Who’s Who” for outstanding achievement and notable contributions to the business community. In addition, he recently was named a “Super Lawyer” in the field of Business Litigation by Law & Politics and Los Angeles Magazine, a distinction that only five percent of lawyers in a region can earn via independent research and polling of their peers.

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HollywoodLife
June 14, 2017
Re: Daria Roithmayr

Daria Roithmayr was interviewed about the possible legal implications if President Donald Trump obstructed justice. “The probe has widened from Russian interference with US elections to possible obstruction of justice by President Trump,” Roithmayr explained. “The FBI frequently widens its investigation when it uncovers potential evidence of additional wrongdoing. That’s what has happened here. Mueller’s investigators are interviewing witnesses inside and outside the government in connection with Trump’s actions with regard to Comey and others in connection with the Russian inquiry. Mueller will make a set of findings about whether President Trump attempted to obstruct justice.”

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