Robert E. Greenberg
Robert is Of Counsel to the firm. His practice focuses on litigation, real estate, corporate law, commercial law and creditors’ rights. Robert has particularly significant experience in matters involving banking and real estate litigation, bankruptcy litigation, corporate and commercial litigation, foreclosures, lease disputes, shareholder and partnership disputes, mechanics’ liens and contract disputes. He also has significant commercial leasing and other contract documentation practice. He routinely provides advice on a wide variety of issues involving the real estate, staffing, and banking industries, including employment issues, regulatory and code requirements, loss prevention issues, debtor-creditor issues and lien issues.
Robert has a distinguished trial and appellate court background. He has been involved in over 500 contested matters in courts across the U.S., including scores of trials and a number of reported appellate decisions. He has published a number of professional articles on various legal subjects and is active in Bar and civic affairs.
Before entering private law practice in 1978, Robert’s legal and other work experience included the public and private sector. He served as Assistant General Counsel to the Washington, D.C. Metropolitan Police Department, as Adjunct Professor at the Center for Administration of Justice at American University, as a Legislative Assistant to Congressman Jonathon B. Bingham (D-NY) and as Attorney/Advisor in the Office of Proceedings of the Interstate Commerce Commission.