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Greene Espel Welcomes Litigators Farah Famouri and Gina Tonn to the Firm

Greene Espel PLLP is delighted to welcome attorneys Farah Famouri and Gina Tonn to our team of litigators, counselors, and investigators.  

"Greene Espel is thrilled that Farah and Gina have joined the firm. They are both terrific attorneys who have a diverse array of backgrounds and clerkships and will provide exceptional service to the firm's clients across a broad range of litigation matters," shared Faris Rashid, Chair of Greene Espel's Personnel Committee.  

Farah Famouri thoughtfully guides business clients through a wide range of complex commercial disputes. Farah joins Greene Espel with deep experience and extensive knowledge of our state court system, having clerked for four judges on the Minnesota Court of Appeals. She calls upon her clerkship experience as well as her outstanding research and analytical skills to help defend client interests and further client goals in all phases of litigation.

Farah graduated from the University of Wisconsin Law School, where she received the Mary Kelly Quakenbush Memorial Award for the Most Outstanding Student Note for her writing on free speech in the U.S. and U.K. During law school, Farah worked as a judicial intern for Wisconsin Supreme Court Justice Rebecca Dallet, an extern for the Center for the Integrity in Forensic Sciences, and as a clinical research assistant for the Wisconsin Innocence Project.

Gina Tonn provides business clients with advice and counsel in a variety of litigation matters—carefully and creatively guiding clients across all phases of the litigation process. Gina brings her significant clerkship experience to bear in her work with clients—offering insight into the ins and outs of our federal court system. Before joining Greene Espel, she clerked for The Honorable Jane Kelly at the Eighth Circuit Court of Appeals as well as The Honorable John R. Tunheim at the U.S. District Court for the District of Minnesota.

Gina is a graduate of the University of Minnesota Law School, where she was Editor-in-Chief of the Minnesota Law Review. During law school, Gina served as a student director of the Federal Immigration Litigation Clinic and as a law clerk for the University of Minnesota Office of the General Counsel.

ABOUT GREENE ESPEL PLLP: Clients and legal industry insiders recognize Greene Espel PLLP as one of the leading boutique litigation firms in the country. The firm provides high-quality legal services to organizations of all sizes—from Fortune 50 corporations to innovative startups to the public sector—in the key areas of trials and appeals, investigations and compliance, and dispute resolution and risk management. To provide clients with the best possible service, the firm threw out the traditional law-firm management model. We don’t track client origination; every client is a firm client. Our attorneys are all treated as members, not partners or associates, and each has an equal vote in the firm’s management. Greene Espel’s unique approach attracts and retains diverse, top-tier talent who are personally invested in clients’ successes and who regularly outpunch the biggest firms in the world at a fraction of the cost. 

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