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[[Image:Goldberglignerandshyster.com-GTAIV-mainpage.jpg|thumb|right|The main page of Goldberg, Ligner & Shyster]]
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[[File:Goldberglignerandshyster.com-GTAIV-mainpage.jpg|thumb|right|The main page of Goldberg, Ligner & Shyster]]
 
'''www.goldberglignerandshyster.com''' is the website for the [[Goldberg, Ligner & Shyster]] law firm in [[Liberty City in GTA IV Era|Liberty City]] in [[Grand Theft Auto IV]]. The website has information about the law firm. On a mission for [[Francis McReary]], [[Niko Bellic]] has to send in his resume to get a job interview so he can kill a [[Tom Goldberg|lawyer]]. Surprisingly, even after the lawyer is killed, the website still shows his name and photo and doesn't mention his death.
 
'''www.goldberglignerandshyster.com''' is the website for the [[Goldberg, Ligner & Shyster]] law firm in [[Liberty City in GTA IV Era|Liberty City]] in [[Grand Theft Auto IV]]. The website has information about the law firm. On a mission for [[Francis McReary]], [[Niko Bellic]] has to send in his resume to get a job interview so he can kill a [[Tom Goldberg|lawyer]]. Surprisingly, even after the lawyer is killed, the website still shows his name and photo and doesn't mention his death.
  
 
They discuss some of the famous companies they have sued:
 
They discuss some of the famous companies they have sued:
*Betta Pharmaceuticals: Sued their CEO, [[Mark Eastman]], for a small accounting mistake in his post-college years.
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* Betta Pharmaceuticals: Sued their CEO, [[Mark Eastman]], for a small accounting mistake in his post-college years.
*Pirate Music: In 2004, the law firm defended the parents of Nick Patterson, a young boy obsessed with [[wp:Richard_Wagner|Richard Wagner]] operas who would go as far as to dress 13 hamsters in army uniforms to re-enact a war while playing a Wagner symphony. The lawyers lost the case against the company, but still stand by their values, including their dislike of "popular music - even if it was popular 100 years ago".
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* Pirate Music: In 2004, the law firm defended the parents of Nick Patterson, a young boy obsessed with [[wp:Richard Wagner|Richard Wagner]] operas who would go as far as to dress 13 hamsters in army uniforms to re-enact a war while playing a Wagner symphony. The lawyers lost the case against the company, but still stand by their values, including their dislike of "popular music - even if it was popular 100 years ago".
*[[Rusty Brown's Ring Donuts]]: Accused the Donut chain of deliberately fattening and weakening police forces in 2006, based on the stereotype that cops love donuts. Rusty Brown's was ordered to pay $400,000 in compensatory vouchers.
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* [[Rusty Brown's Ring Donuts]]: Accused the Donut chain of deliberately fattening and weakening police forces in 2006, based on the stereotype that cops love donuts. Rusty Brown's was ordered to pay $400,000 in compensatory vouchers.
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Latest revision as of 13:54, 9 August 2012

The main page of Goldberg, Ligner & Shyster

www.goldberglignerandshyster.com is the website for the Goldberg, Ligner & Shyster law firm in Liberty City in Grand Theft Auto IV. The website has information about the law firm. On a mission for Francis McReary, Niko Bellic has to send in his resume to get a job interview so he can kill a lawyer. Surprisingly, even after the lawyer is killed, the website still shows his name and photo and doesn't mention his death.

They discuss some of the famous companies they have sued:

  • Betta Pharmaceuticals: Sued their CEO, Mark Eastman, for a small accounting mistake in his post-college years.
  • Pirate Music: In 2004, the law firm defended the parents of Nick Patterson, a young boy obsessed with Richard Wagner operas who would go as far as to dress 13 hamsters in army uniforms to re-enact a war while playing a Wagner symphony. The lawyers lost the case against the company, but still stand by their values, including their dislike of "popular music - even if it was popular 100 years ago".
  • Rusty Brown's Ring Donuts: Accused the Donut chain of deliberately fattening and weakening police forces in 2006, based on the stereotype that cops love donuts. Rusty Brown's was ordered to pay $400,000 in compensatory vouchers.