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Ronald S. Greenberg


Chair, Real Estate Litigation Group

Phone: 212.715.9399 Fax: 212.715.8399 New York

Ronald S. Greenberg, Chair of the Real Estate Litigation practice group, is an accomplished litigator with nearly 30 years of experience litigating complex business and real estate disputes, both at the trial and appellate levels. Mr. Greenberg has a long record of achieving favorable outcomes for clients in cases running the gamut from “business divorces” and corporate control disputes to commercial foreclosures, construction litigation and a broad range of contract disputes. He represents banks and developers as well as commercial landlords and tenants in real estate matters, and counsels individual and corporate clients, including Fortune 100 companies, insurance carriers and “dot coms,” in a wide variety of commercial disputes. Mr. Greenberg has argued dozens of appeals, and is an experienced practitioner in the Commercial Division of the New York County Supreme Court.

Mr. Greenberg has had a number of widely reported and otherwise notable representations. They include the former chairman of the New York Stock Exchange’s Compensation Committee in a lawsuit brought by the New York Attorney General; the co-owner and co-CEO of the world’s largest privately held translation company in a “business divorce” trial held in Delaware Chancery Court; the former CFO of The Dow Chemical Co. arising out of his departure from the company; a famed Major League Baseball player and a former state senator in separate disputes before administrative tribunals; and several of New York’s most prominent real estate developers in various noteworthy lawsuits.

J.D., New York University School of Law, 1987
  • Member, New York University Law Review, 1985-1986
B.S., magna cum laude, University at Albany, State University of New York, 1984  
New York, 1988
U.S.C.A., 2nd Circuit
U.S.D.C., Eastern District of New York
U.S.D.C., Northern District of New York
U.S.D.C., Southern District of New York
U.S. Tax Court
    -New York City Bar Association
    -American Bar Association