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GREENBERG TRAURIG COMMENTS ON DUGAN/KATZ

In the wake of reports about ousted Recording Academy chief Deborah Dugan's EEOC complaint, and specifically in response to her allegations of harassment by attorney Joel Katz, a newly issued statement from Richard A. Rosenbaum, executive chairman of Greenberg Traurig, reads:

Joel is a longstanding member of our firm and legendary in the music industry. He also has played a role at the Academy, helping to achieve previously unprecedented business results for the organization. The personal allegations recently made were not previously known to us and, if true, would of course offend our culture and values.  But our values also require a full and fair investigation before conclusions are reached. We understand this investigation is being conducted by the Academy and await the results.

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