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Greer A. Clem


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Greer is a litigator whose practice encompasses complex commercial disputes, white collar defense, government investigations and enforcement, class actions, securities litigation, and appellate cases. She has experience conducting legal research and preparing legal memoranda and motions. Greer was a Summer Associate at Mintz in 2020.

While earning her JD, Greer served as an intern for the Honorable Patti B. Saris of the US District Court of the District of Massachusetts, where she assisted with hearings on a broad range of civil and criminal matters. She also served as an intern for the Honorable David A. Lowy, Associate Justice of the Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court, and a paralegal for a Boston-based law firm specializing in criminal defense and immigration law.

In law school, Greer served as head research assistant for Professor A. Deborah Ramirez and co-authored an article with her that was published in the Northeastern University Law Review.


Member and Chair of Mintz’s ESG practice group, Jennifer B. Rubin and Associate Greer Clem co-authored an article published by Corporate Counsel covering the crime-fraud exception to attorney-client privilege. The authors summarized, "An important and long-standing exception to the attorney-client privilege, the crime-fraud exception, bears examination in the post-Dobbs world. The crime-fraud exception divests attorney-client privilege of confidentiality when a lawyer’s advice facilitates a client’s crime...The crime-fraud exception to attorney-client privilege therefore merits attention for counsel, who should consider the potential areas of risk and some mechanisms to protect the confidentiality of these communications."

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In previous posts (available here and here) we reported on some of the legal consequences from Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization on employer-sponsored group health plan coverage of abortion-related travel benefits. In this post, Mintz attorneys Alden Bianchi, Greer Clem, and Jen Rubin address the larger concern related to the legality of these benefits in the face of a burgeoning number of states seeking to extend their extra-territorial reach to bar or even criminalize individuals who provide abortion-related travel. 

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Dobbs v. Jackson Women's Health Organization is leading to a reexamination of the crime-fraud exception, an important exception to the attorney-client privilege. Member and Chair of Mintz’s ESG practice group, Jennifer B. Rubin and Associate Greer Clem co-authored an article published by Corporate Counsel in which they discuss the long-standing exception.

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