Gary R. Greenberg has more than 25 years of experience throughout the United States and other parts of the world, including Switzerland, United Kingdom, Bulgaria, the Cayman Islands, Cyprus and the Isle of Man, representing clients in a wide variety of complex matters, at trials and in state and federal appellate courts and the Supreme Court of the United States, including international fraud recovery, patent infringement and intellectual property disputes; responding to state and federal securities investigations related to securities litigation; class actions; money laundering actions; civil forfeiture proceedings; asbestos litigation; Petroleum Marketing Practices Act litigation; mail and wire fraud criminal proceedings; disputes between local and national religious organizations; labor disputes; shareholder derivative actions; franchisor-franchisee disputes; lender-borrower disputes; telecommunications litigation; public bid procurement disputes; land-use disputes; litigation concerning regulations promulgated by state and federal agencies; complex personal injury; binding and non-binding mediation; death action claims; and contract, tort and statutory claims. Gary also appears before state and federal administrative agencies. Gary has also represented companies, their officers and affiliates who have been the targets of international Internet harassment and defamatory postings, including obtaining court orders directing the removal of defamatory postings. He has lectured, conducted workshops, and served as a public commentator for print and radio commentary on a variety of litigation issues.
Gary also represents families of deceased victims of police shootings seeking compensatory and punitive damages arising out of claims that law enforcement officers committed violations of the Fourth Amendment, Fourteenth Amendment and 42 U.S.C. Sect. 1983 (civil rights violations).
Gary represents a wide cross section of clients engaged in many industries, including: financial institutions, multi-use real estate development, energy production, information technology, retail and others.
Gary devotes significant time to supporting many non-profit organizations, both in his role as a member of boards of directors, as well as assuming leadership roles in many of their funding activities.
- International fraud recovery
- Intellectual property and patent litigation
- Securities litigation
- Complex commercial litigation
- Real estate financing
- Energy products facilities
- Protection from Internet harassment and legal actions to remove defamatory posting