Greim featured on 3-person election litigation panel at annual RNLA national seminar

Graves Garrett partner Eddie Greim recently provided insight as part of three-person panel at the Republican National Lawyers Association (RNLA) 2023 National Election Law Seminar in Milwaukee. He shared the stage with Hans von Spakovsky of the Heritage Foundation and Prof. Michael Dimino of Widener Law School to discuss currently prominent election litigation.

Specifically, Greim covered his defense in civil litigation of other attorneys in January 6-related matters and his nationwide involvement with attempts to win public access to voter registration lists.

The RNLA National Election Law Seminar provides “a platform to the nation’s leading election law experts to address how America can continue safeguarding our states’ voting procedures to ensure election integrity.” The two-day event also offers an opportunity for Republican leaders from across the county to network.

Greim’s practice at Graves Garrett focuses on complex commercial litigation, internal investigations, whistleblower claims, and free speech and election law. His free speech and election law experience has included numerous constitutional challenges to election and campaign finance laws, representation of clients in state and federal ethics and campaign finance enforcement actions and investigations, initiative petition drafting and litigation, litigation and advice regarding First Amendment protections for petition circulation, representation of not-for-profit clients before state regulators, and advice on campaign and election law compliance.