Henry M. Greenberg

Shareholder
Albany,  NY  U.S.A.
Phone518.689.1492

Peer Rating
 5.0/5.0
AV® Preeminent

Client Rating

Featured AV Peer Review Rated Lawyer IconFeatured AV Peer Review Rated Lawyer Icon
Printer Friendly VersionEmail this PageDownload to My Outlook ContactsAdd lawyer to My FavoritesCompare this lawyer to other lawyers in your favorites

Experience & Credentials Ratings & Reviews
 

Practice Areas

  • Litigation
  • Government Law & Policy
  • Health & FDA Business
 
Contact InfoTelephone: 518.689.1492
Fax: 518.689.1499
http://www.gtlaw.com/People/GreenbergHenryM
 
University University of Chicago, B.A., with honors, 1983
 
Law SchoolSyracuse University College of Law, J.D., cum laude, 1986, Board Member, Moot Court, Member, Justinian Honorary Law Society, Member, Order of Barristers, Recipient, Dean Paul Shipman Andrews Memorial Award, Team Member, "Outstanding Contribution to Team Competition, " Moot Court Team Award, Two-Time Recipient, "Excellence in Advocacy, " Lewis F. Powell, Jr. Medal, American College of Trial Lawyers and the American Bar Association, Winner, "Best Trial Advocate - All Rounds, Region II, " National Trial Competition, Winner, "Best Oral Argument in Regional Final, Region II, " National Appellate Competition, President, Law Student Senate, 1985-1986, Member, Syracuse Journal of International Law and Commerce, 1984-1986, Notes and Comments Editor, 1985-1986, Staff Editor, 1984-1985
 
Admitted1987, New York; U.S. Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit; U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of New York; U.S. District Court for the Northern District of New York; U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York; U.S. District Court for the Western District of New York
 
Memberships 

Professional & Community Involvement

•fellow, New York Bar Foundation

•Member, Advisory Group to the New York State and Federal Judicial Council

•Member, New York State Judicial Institute on Professionalism in the Law

•Member, New York State Commission on Judicial Conduct's Panel of Referees, 2012-Present

•Member, New York State Commission on the Restoration of the Capitol, June 2011-Present

•Chair, Third Department Judicial Screening Committee, May 2011-Present

•Member, New York State Judicial Screening Committee, May 2011-Present

•Member, The Historical Society of the Courts of the State of New York, 2009-Present

•Vice President, , 2011-Present

•Editor-in-Chief,Judicial Notice, 2009-Present

•Member, New York State Bar Association, 2000-Present

•Co-Chair, Committee on Court Structure and Operations, May 2011-Present

•Member, House of Delegates, 2004-2008

•Member, Committee on Judicial Selection and Court Structure, 2004-2006

•Member, Special Committee on Funding for Civil Legal Services, 2004-2006

•Member, Committee on Diversity and Leadership Development, 2003-2006

•Chair, Legislative Policy Committee, 2002-2006

•Chair, Special Committee on Student Loan Assistance for the Public Interest, 2001-2002

•Chair, Committee on Attorneys in Public Service, 2000-2001

•Member, Commission on the Future of the New York State Courts, 2006-2007 Fellow: of the New York Bar Foundation and a member of the New York State Judicial Institute on Professionalism in the Law and the Advisory Group of the New York State and Federal Judicial Council.

Hank is a frequent lecturer and has been published several times on a wide range of legal subjects, including health law, administrative law, constitutional law, criminal procedure, trial practice, appellate practice, legal history and judicial philosophy.

Areas of Concentration

•Civil litigation

•Criminal and civil investigations

•Health care

•Regulatory and administrative law

•White collar criminal litigation

•Appellate practice

Awards & Recognition

•Team Member, a U.S. News - Best Lawyers Government Relations Law Firm of the Year, 2014

•Listed,The Legal 500 United States, 2013

•Recipient, Circle of Humanity Award, Temple Israel, 2012

•Selected, Samuel Booth Youth Leadership Award, United Jewish Federation of Northeastern New York, 2003

•Recipient, Resolution of Appreciation, New York State Public Health Council, 2000

•Selected, Inspector General's Integrity Award, U.S. Department of Health & Human Services, 1995

•Received, Certificate of Appreciation, U.S. Secret Service, 1995

•Rated, AV Preeminent 5.0 out of 5AV , BV , AV Preeminent and BV Distinguished are registered certification marks of Reed Elsevier Properties Inc., used under in accordance with the Martindale-Hubbell certification procedures, standards and policies.

Clerkship

•Law Clerk, Hon. Judith S. Kaye, New York Court of Appeals, 1988-1990

•Staff Attorney, New York Court of Appeals, 1987-1988

•Law Clerk, Hon. Irving Ben Cooper, U.S. District Court of the Southern District of New York, 1986-1987

Articles, Publications, & Lectures

Articles & Publications

•Author, New York's Assembly Indicts a Political Party, 8Judicial Notice28, Spring 2012

•Author, Book Review, Louis Marshall, 1856-1929: A Life Devoted to Justice and Judaism by Herbert Alpert,The American Jewish Archives Journal187, 61, No. 2, 2009

•Author, The Election of Chief Judge Irving Lehman, 6Judicial Notice19, January 2009

•Co-Author, Irving Lehman, The Judges of the New York Court of Appeals: A Biographical History 452, Albert M. Rosenblatt, Ed., 2007

•Author, Louis Marshall: 'Attorney General of the Jewish People', Noble Purposes: Nine Champions of the Rule of Law , Norman Gross, Ed., 2006

•Author, Introduction to Chief Judge Lehman Welcomes General Eisenhower,The Historical Society of the Courts of the State of New York, at 6 Spring/Summer 2005

•Author, To a Land of Milk and Honey,Albany Times Union, B3, December 26, 2004

•Co-Author, Rise in Anti-Semitism is a Deadly Threat,Albany Times Union, B2, November 23, 2003

•Address on practices that advance education and address obstacles for public sector attorneys, in 3J.N.Y.S. Jud. Inst. on Prof. Law106, 2002

•Remarks summarizing recommendations made during participant discussion on building a partnership between law schools and the practicing bar (Nov. 14, 2000), in 1J.N.Y.S. Jud. Inst. on Prof. Law136, 2001

•Author, Calling Law Students to Public Service, 2Government Law and Policy Journal2, 2000

•Author, The Committee on Attorneys in Public Service Promotes Excellence and Provides Services to the Public Bar, 2Government Law and Policy Journal3, 2000

•Author, The Growing Stature of Public Service Attorneys, 1Government Law and Policy Journal3, 1999

•Co-Author, Administrative Practice Before the New York State Department of Health,New York State Administrative Procedure and PracticeCh. 14, P. Borchers & D. Markell, 2d Ed., 1998

•Co-Author, School Violence and the Constitution: The Limits of the Law, 19Law Studies26, 1994

•Author, Criminal Procedure, 1993 Survey of New York Law, 45Syracuse Law Review209, 1994

•Author, Criminal Procedure, 1992 Survey of New York Law, 44Syracuse Law Review189, 1993, cited inAshabraner v. Bower, 753 N.E.2d 662, 668 (Ind. 2001) andWatson v. State, 808 So.2d 77, Ala. Crim. App., 2001

•Author, Criminal Procedure, 1991 Survey of New York Law, 43Syracuse Law Review247, 1992

•Revision Author, Disposition of the Appeal and Motions for Reargument, Chapters 9-10,Newman, New York Appellate Practice, 1992

•Author, The Judicial Philosophy of Benjamin Cardozo,New York Law Journal, at 2, July 21, 1988

Speeches, Lectures & Panels

•Panelist, The Politics of Health Care Reform in New York and the Nation: Looking Back and Looking Forward, Nelson A. Rockefeller Institute of Government, Albany, NY, April 2012

•Panelist, Independence and the Government Lawyer, New York State Judicial Institute on Professionalism in the Law, Albany, NY, November 2010

•Keynote Speaker, The Rule of Law, Orange County Bar Association, Bloomingburg, NY, May 2008

•Lecturer, The Constitutional Authority of the New York State Attorney General, American Society of Public Administration and State Academy for Public Administration, Empire State Capital Area Chapter, Albany, NY, May 2008

•Lecturer, The New Era of Fighting Medicaid Fraud, New York State Bar Association, Health Law Section, Cooperstown, NY, November 2007

•Lecturer, Legal Ethics, New York State Office of the Attorney General, Criminal Justice Division Training, New York, NY, October 2007

•Lecturer, Louis Marshall: Champion of Civil Rights, Association for the Protection of the Adirondacks, Niskayuna, NY, March 2007

•Lecturer, Louis Marshall: 'Attorney General of the Jewish People', Albany Law School Cardozo Society and the United Jewish Federation of Northeastern New York, Albany, NY, October 2006

•Lecturer, Role of the Federal Prosecutor in the Federal System of the United States, Thailand Judicial Training Institute, Bangkok, Thailand, November 2005

•Lecturer, Public Corruption Cases: A Prosecutorial Perspective, American Bar Association, Asia Law Initiative, Bangkok, Thailand, November 2005

•Lecturer, Effective Brief Writing, New York State Bar Association, Albany, NY, October 2005

•Speaker, Reality Governing 101: Legislative Update, The New York State Conference of Bar Leaders, New York County Lawyers Association, New York, NY, April 2005

•Lecturer, Collaterally Attacking a Decision of an External Review Agent Made Pursuant to Article 49 of the Public Health Law, New York State Bar Association, New York, NY, March 2005

•Lecturer, Administrative Practice Before the New York State Department of Health, Albany Law School, Albany, NY, November 2004

•Lecturer, Commercial Arbitration/Litigation: When the Joint Venture Unravels, New York State Bar Association, Albany, NY, October 2004

•Panelist, Current Issues Concerning Federal Preemption, Brooklyn Law School, June 2004

•Moderator, Perspectives on Effective Advocacy: Communicating Your Message to Lawmakers and the Media, New York State Bar Association Leaders Conference, New York, NY, May 2004

•Speaker, The NYSBA Legislative Program, The New York State Conference of Bar Leaders, New York, NY, March 2003

•Lecturer, Administrative Practice Before the New York State Department of Health, Albany Law School, July 2003

•Lecturer, Techniques and Evidentiary Issues Regarding the Impeachment of Witnesses, New York State Bar Association, December 2002

•Panelist, Shaping Legislation Through Section Expertise: Effective Advocacy, Section Leaders Conference, New York State Bar Association, May 2002

•Speaker, Working With the New York State Attorney General's Office, Albany Law School Institute of Legal Studies, Albany, NY, February 2001

•Speaker, Reception Honoring Robert Morgenthau, New York, NY, January 2001

•Lecturer, Recent Amendments to the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure, Albany Law School Institute of Legal Studies, January 2001

•Lecturer, Administrative Practice Before the New York State Department of Health, Albany Law School, Albany, NY, September 2000

•Lecturer, Developing a Strategy for Universal Access to Health Care in New York State, Montefiore Medical Center, Albert Einstein College of Medicine and New York University, School of Education, Division of Nursing, New York, NY, May 2000

•Lecturer, Issues Related to Access to Health Care, New York University Law School, New York, NY, April 2000

•Keynote Speaker, Initiatives at the New York State Department of Health, New York State Bar Association, Health Law Section, New York, NY, January 2000

•Lecturer, Questioning Witnesses, New York State Bar Association, Albany, NY, December 1999

•Lecturer, Legal Issues Concerning Pain Management, New York State Board for Professional Medical Conduct, Albany, NY, November 1999

•Speaker, Initiatives at the New York State Department of Health Regarding Managed Care and Health Care Reform, The Medical Society of the County of Rensselaer, Inc., Troy, NY, June 1999

•Lecturer, Administrative Practice Before the New York State Department of Health, Albany Law School, Albany, NY, June 1999

•Panelist, Health Care Reform, Warren M. Anderson Legislative Breakfast Seminar Series, Albany, NY, May 1999

•Lecturer, Access to Health Care, New York University Law School, New York, NY, April 1999

•Panelist, Health Care Conversion Foundations: Protecting the Public Interest, Hospital Association of New York State, The Millbank Memorial Fund and The New York Academy of Medicine, Albany, NY, April 1999

•Lecturer, Andrew Kaufman's 'Cardozo,' a Biography of Benjamin Cardozo, Albany Public Library, Albany, NY, March 1999

•Keynote Speaker, Initiatives at the New York State Department of Health, New York State Bar Association, Health Law Section, New York, NY, January 1999

•Lecturer, The Role Played by the New York State Department of Health as a Regulator of Providers, New York State Bar Association, New York, NY, November 1998

•Lecturer, Questioning Witnesses, New York State Bar Association, Albany, NY, June 1998

•Lecturer, The Applicability of Alternative Dispute Resolution Techniques at the New York State Department of Health, Albany Law School, Albany, NY, March 1998

•Keynote Speaker, Initiatives at the New York State Department of Health, New York State Bar Association, Health Law Section, New York, NY, January 1998

•Lecturer, New York State's Legal Perspective Regarding Infected Health Care Workers, New York Academy of Medicine and the New York Society of Infectious Diseases, New York, NY, January 1998

•Lecturer, New York State's Medicaid Program, New York State Bar Association, New York, NY, December 1997

•Speaker, The Physician Discipline Process in New York State, New York State Board for Professional Medical Conduct, Albany, NY, November 1997

•Panelist, Careers in the State Government, Albany Law School, Albany, NY, October 1997

•Panelist, Managed Care: Will It Care? New York University School of Law, New York, NY, March 1997

•Keynote Speaker, Initiatives at the New York State Department of Health, New York State Bar Association, Health Law Section, New York, NY, January 1997

•Speaker, Initiatives at the New York State Department of Health, Association of the Bar of the City of New York, Committee on Health Law, New York, NY, January 1997

•Lecturer, Questioning Witnesses, New York State Bar Association, Albany, NY, December 1996

•Speaker, The New York State Department of Health's Agenda in the Areas of Regulatory Reform, Surveillance, Managed Care and the Deregulation of the Reimbursement System, Greater New York Hospital Association, Legal Affairs Committee, New York, NY, November 1996

•Speaker, The Physician Discipline Process, New York State Board for Professional Medical Conduct, Albany, NY, November 1996

•Speaker, The Legal Authority and Responsibilities of Local Boards of Health, New York State Public Health Association, Niagara County Board of Health, The Niagara County Health Department and The Western New York Section, Holland, NY, October 1996

•Speaker, Legal Issues in Tuberculosis Control, New York State Department of Health Conference, Albany, NY, April 1996

•Speaker, Initiatives in Health Legislation for 1996, New York State Bar Association, New York State Department of Health, Health Law Committee, New York, NY, January 1996

•Lecturer, Questioning Witnesses, New York State Bar Association, Albany, NY, December 1994

•Lecturer, The Freedom of Access to Clinic Entrances Act of 1993 and Contacts With Represented Persons, Federal Bureau of Investigation, Albany, NY, November 1994

•Lecturer, Fourth Amendment Issues, NAR Internal Security Continuing Professional Education, Albany, NY, June 1994

•Lecturer, Motion Practice, New York State Bar Association, Albany, NY, October 1992

Miscellaneous

•Presentation, Ensuring the Integrity of the New York State Testing Program, New York State Board of Regents, March 2012

•Testimony, The Use and Protection of Personal Information Collected by The New York State Department of Health, New York State Senate Majority Task Force, April 15, 1999

Previous Government Experience

•Special Investigator, New York State Education Department, 2011-2012

•Counsel to the Attorney General, The New York State Office of the Attorney General, 2007-2010

•General Counsel, New York State Department of Health, 1995-2000

•Counsel, Lieutenant Governor, The State of New York, 1995

•Assistant U.S. Attorney, Northern District of New York, 1990-1995

Associated News & Events

Press-Releases

06.21.13 Greenberg Traurig Ranked in 2013 Legal 500 United States Guide; Recommended as 'Top Tier' Firm in Real Estate

02.25.13 Greenberg Traurig Attorney Henry Greenberg Speaks at History of New York State Pro Bono Event

01.19.11 Former Counsel to the New York State Attorney General, Henry M. Greenberg, Joins Greenberg Traurig Member:

Professional & Community Involvement

&bull

 
BornMonticello, New York, November 27, 1961
 
Biography

A former Counsel to the New York State Attorney General, General Counsel to a major New York State agency and federal prosecutor, Hank Greenberg has handled numerous high-profile matters. He concentrates his practice on civil litigation, criminal and civil investigations, health law matters, and regulatory and administrative law.

From 2007 to 2010, Hank served as Counsel to former New York State Attorney General Andrew M. Cuomo. In that capacity, he worked on some of the agency's most significant litigation and public policy initiatives. He also served as General Counsel for the New York State Department of Health (1995 to 2000), where he was the chief legal advisor to the Commissioner of Health and administered an office of more than 100 attorneys engaged in virtually all aspects of administrative law.

In 2011, New York's commissioner of education appointed Hank to serve, on a pro bono basis, as a special investigator to conduct a complete review of the Education Department's processes and procedures for receiving, reviewing and investigating reports of alleged improprieties involving student assessments. Following a four-month investigation, Hank reported his findings to the New York State Board of Regents, which unanimously approved his recommendations.

Amongst the other government posts he has held, Hank served as Counsel to the Lieutenant Governor of New York State (1995), an Assistant United States Attorney (AUSA) for the Northern District of New York (1990 to 1995) and law clerk to then Judge (later Chief Judge) Judith S. Kaye of the New York Court of Appeals (1988-1990). As an AUSA, he prosecuted numerous federal criminal cases, including white collar crime and public corruption.

Hank has served on a number of professional committees and other bodies. Presently, he chairs the Third Department Judicial Screening Committee and the New York State Fair Advisory Board, and is a member of the State Judicial Screening Committee and the State Commission on the Restoration of the Capitol. He is vice president of the Historical Society of the Courts of the State of New York and editor-in-chief of its publication,Judicial Notice. He co-chairs the New York State Bar Association's Committee on Court Structure and Operations. He also is a fellow of the New York Bar Foundation and a member of the New York State Judicial Institute on Professionalism in the Law and the Advisory Group of the New York State and Federal Judicial Council.

Hank is a frequent lecturer and has been published several times on a wide range of legal subjects, including health law, administrative law, constitutional law, criminal procedure, trial practice, appellate practice, legal history and judicial philosophy.

Areas of Concentration

•Civil litigation

•Criminal and civil investigations

•Health care

•Regulatory and administrative law

•White collar criminal litigation

•Appellate practice

Awards & Recognition

•Team Member, a U.S. News - Best Lawyers Government Relations Law Firm of the Year, 2014

•Listed,The Legal 500 United States, 2013

•Recipient, Circle of Humanity Award, Temple Israel, 2012

•Selected, Samuel Booth Youth Leadership Award, United Jewish Federation of Northeastern New York, 2003

•Recipient, Resolution of Appreciation, New York State Public Health Council, 2000

•Selected, Inspector General's Integrity Award, U.S. Department of Health & Human Services, 1995

•Received, Certificate of Appreciation, U.S. Secret Service, 1995

•Rated, AV Preeminent 5.0 out of 5AV , BV , AV Preeminent and BV Distinguished are registered certification marks of Reed Elsevier Properties Inc., used under in accordance with the Martindale-Hubbell certification procedures, standards and policies.

Clerkship

•Law Clerk, Hon. Judith S. Kaye, New York Court of Appeals, 1988-1990

•Staff Attorney, New York Court of Appeals, 1987-1988

•Law Clerk, Hon. Irving Ben Cooper, U.S. District Court of the Southern District of New York, 1986-1987

Articles, Publications, & Lectures

Articles & Publications

•Author, New York's Assembly Indicts a Political Party, 8Judicial Notice28, Spring 2012

•Author, Book Review, Louis Marshall, 1856-1929: A Life Devoted to Justice and Judaism by Herbert Alpert,The American Jewish Archives Journal187, 61, No. 2, 2009

•Author, The Election of Chief Judge Irving Lehman, 6Judicial Notice19, January 2009

•Co-Author, Irving Lehman, The Judges of the New York Court of Appeals: A Biographical History 452, Albert M. Rosenblatt, Ed., 2007

•Author, Louis Marshall: 'Attorney General of the Jewish People', Noble Purposes: Nine Champions of the Rule of Law , Norman Gross, Ed., 2006

•Author, Introduction to Chief Judge Lehman Welcomes General Eisenhower,The Historical Society of the Courts of the State of New York, at 6 Spring/Summer 2005

•Author, To a Land of Milk and Honey,Albany Times Union, B3, December 26, 2004

•Co-Author, Rise in Anti-Semitism is a Deadly Threat,Albany Times Union, B2, November 23, 2003

•Address on practices that advance education and address obstacles for public sector attorneys, in 3J.N.Y.S. Jud. Inst. on Prof. Law106, 2002

•Remarks summarizing recommendations made during participant discussion on building a partnership between law schools and the practicing bar (Nov. 14, 2000), in 1J.N.Y.S. Jud. Inst. on Prof. Law136, 2001

•Author, Calling Law Students to Public Service, 2Government Law and Policy Journal2, 2000

•Author, The Committee on Attorneys in Public Service Promotes Excellence and Provides Services to the Public Bar, 2Government Law and Policy Journal3, 2000

•Author, The Growing Stature of Public Service Attorneys, 1Government Law and Policy Journal3, 1999

•Co-Author, Administrative Practice Before the New York State Department of Health,New York State Administrative Procedure and PracticeCh. 14, P. Borchers & D. Markell, 2d Ed., 1998

•Co-Author, School Violence and the Constitution: The Limits of the Law, 19Law Studies26, 1994

•Author, Criminal Procedure, 1993 Survey of New York Law, 45Syracuse Law Review209, 1994

•Author, Criminal Procedure, 1992 Survey of New York Law, 44Syracuse Law Review189, 1993, cited inAshabraner v. Bower, 753 N.E.2d 662, 668 (Ind. 2001) andWatson v. State, 808 So.2d 77, Ala. Crim. App., 2001

•Author, Criminal Procedure, 1991 Survey of New York Law, 43Syracuse Law Review247, 1992

•Revision Author, Disposition of the Appeal and Motions for Reargument, Chapters 9-10,Newman, New York Appellate Practice, 1992

•Author, The Judicial Philosophy of Benjamin Cardozo,New York Law Journal, at 2, July 21, 1988

Speeches, Lectures & Panels

•Panelist, The Politics of Health Care Reform in New York and the Nation: Looking Back and Looking Forward, Nelson A. Rockefeller Institute of Government, Albany, NY, April 2012

•Panelist, Independence and the Government Lawyer, New York State Judicial Institute on Professionalism in the Law, Albany, NY, November 2010

•Keynote Speaker, The Rule of Law, Orange County Bar Association, Bloomingburg, NY, May 2008

•Lecturer, The Constitutional Authority of the New York State Attorney General, American Society of Public Administration and State Academy for Public Administration, Empire State Capital Area Chapter, Albany, NY, May 2008

•Lecturer, The New Era of Fighting Medicaid Fraud, New York State Bar Association, Health Law Section, Cooperstown, NY, November 2007

•Lecturer, Legal Ethics, New York State Office of the Attorney General, Criminal Justice Division Training, New York, NY, October 2007

•Lecturer, Louis Marshall: Champion of Civil Rights, Association for the Protection of the Adirondacks, Niskayuna, NY, March 2007

•Lecturer, Louis Marshall: 'Attorney General of the Jewish People', Albany Law School Cardozo Society and the United Jewish Federation of Northeastern New York, Albany, NY, October 2006

•Lecturer, Role of the Federal Prosecutor in the Federal System of the United States, Thailand Judicial Training Institute, Bangkok, Thailand, November 2005

•Lecturer, Public Corruption Cases: A Prosecutorial Perspective, American Bar Association, Asia Law Initiative, Bangkok, Thailand, November 2005

•Lecturer, Effective Brief Writing, New York State Bar Association, Albany, NY, October 2005

•Speaker, Reality Governing 101: Legislative Update, The New York State Conference of Bar Leaders, New York County Lawyers Association, New York, NY, April 2005

•Lecturer, Collaterally Attacking a Decision of an External Review Agent Made Pursuant to Article 49 of the Public Health Law, New York State Bar Association, New York, NY, March 2005

•Lecturer, Administrative Practice Before the New York State Department of Health, Albany Law School, Albany, NY, November 2004

•Lecturer, Commercial Arbitration/Litigation: When the Joint Venture Unravels, New York State Bar Association, Albany, NY, October 2004

•Panelist, Current Issues Concerning Federal Preemption, Brooklyn Law School, June 2004

•Moderator, Perspectives on Effective Advocacy: Communicating Your Message to Lawmakers and the Media, New York State Bar Association Leaders Conference, New York, NY, May 2004

•Speaker, The NYSBA Legislative Program, The New York State Conference of Bar Leaders, New York, NY, March 2003

•Lecturer, Administrative Practice Before the New York State Department of Health, Albany Law School, July 2003

•Lecturer, Techniques and Evidentiary Issues Regarding the Impeachment of Witnesses, New York State Bar Association, December 2002

•Panelist, Shaping Legislation Through Section Expertise: Effective Advocacy, Section Leaders Conference, New York State Bar Association, May 2002

•Speaker, Working With the New York State Attorney General's Office, Albany Law School Institute of Legal Studies, Albany, NY, February 2001

•Speaker, Reception Honoring Robert Morgenthau, New York, NY, January 2001

•Lecturer, Recent Amendments to the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure, Albany Law School Institute of Legal Studies, January 2001

•Lecturer, Administrative Practice Before the New York State Department of Health, Albany Law School, Albany, NY, September 2000

•Lecturer, Developing a Strategy for Universal Access to Health Care in New York State, Montefiore Medical Center, Albert Einstein College of Medicine and New York University, School of Education, Division of Nursing, New York, NY, May 2000

•Lecturer, Issues Related to Access to Health Care, New York University Law School, New York, NY, April 2000

•Keynote Speaker, Initiatives at the New York State Department of Health, New York State Bar Association, Health Law Section, New York, NY, January 2000

•Lecturer, Questioning Witnesses, New York State Bar Association, Albany, NY, December 1999

•Lecturer, Legal Issues Concerning Pain Management, New York State Board for Professional Medical Conduct, Albany, NY, November 1999

•Speaker, Initiatives at the New York State Department of Health Regarding Managed Care and Health Care Reform, The Medical Society of the County of Rensselaer, Inc., Troy, NY, June 1999

•Lecturer, Administrative Practice Before the New York State Department of Health, Albany Law School, Albany, NY, June 1999

•Panelist, Health Care Reform, Warren M. Anderson Legislative Breakfast Seminar Series, Albany, NY, May 1999

•Lecturer, Access to Health Care, New York University Law School, New York, NY, April 1999

•Panelist, Health Care Conversion Foundations: Protecting the Public Interest, Hospital Association of New York State, The Millbank Memorial Fund and The New York Academy of Medicine, Albany, NY, April 1999

•Lecturer, Andrew Kaufman's 'Cardozo,' a Biography of Benjamin Cardozo, Albany Public Library, Albany, NY, March 1999

•Keynote Speaker, Initiatives at the New York State Department of Health, New York State Bar Association, Health Law Section, New York, NY, January 1999

•Lecturer, The Role Played by the New York State Department of Health as a Regulator of Providers, New York State Bar Association, New York, NY, November 1998

•Lecturer, Questioning Witnesses, New York State Bar Association, Albany, NY, June 1998

•Lecturer, The Applicability of Alternative Dispute Resolution Techniques at the New York State Department of Health, Albany Law School, Albany, NY, March 1998

•Keynote Speaker, Initiatives at the New York State Department of Health, New York State Bar Association, Health Law Section, New York, NY, January 1998

•Lecturer, New York State's Legal Perspective Regarding Infected Health Care Workers, New York Academy of Medicine and the New York Society of Infectious Diseases, New York, NY, January 1998

•Lecturer, New York State's Medicaid Program, New York State Bar Association, New York, NY, December 1997

•Speaker, The Physician Discipline Process in New York State, New York State Board for Professional Medical Conduct, Albany, NY, November 1997

•Panelist, Careers in the State Government, Albany Law School, Albany, NY, October 1997

•Panelist, Managed Care: Will It Care? New York University School of Law, New York, NY, March 1997

•Keynote Speaker, Initiatives at the New York State Department of Health, New York State Bar Association, Health Law Section, New York, NY, January 1997

•Speaker, Initiatives at the New York State Department of Health, Association of the Bar of the City of New York, Committee on Health Law, New York, NY, January 1997

•Lecturer, Questioning Witnesses, New York State Bar Association, Albany, NY, December 1996

•Speaker, The New York State Department of Health's Agenda in the Areas of Regulatory Reform, Surveillance, Managed Care and the Deregulation of the Reimbursement System, Greater New York Hospital Association, Legal Affairs Committee, New York, NY, November 1996

•Speaker, The Physician Discipline Process, New York State Board for Professional Medical Conduct, Albany, NY, November 1996

•Speaker, The Legal Authority and Responsibilities of Local Boards of Health, New York State Public Health Association, Niagara County Board of Health, The Niagara County Health Department and The Western New York Section, Holland, NY, October 1996

•Speaker, Legal Issues in Tuberculosis Control, New York State Department of Health Conference, Albany, NY, April 1996

•Speaker, Initiatives in Health Legislation for 1996, New York State Bar Association, New York State Department of Health, Health Law Committee, New York, NY, January 1996

•Lecturer, Questioning Witnesses, New York State Bar Association, Albany, NY, December 1994

•Lecturer, The Freedom of Access to Clinic Entrances Act of 1993 and Contacts With Represented Persons, Federal Bureau of Investigation, Albany, NY, November 1994

•Lecturer, Fourth Amendment Issues, NAR Internal Security Continuing Professional Education, Albany, NY, June 1994

•Lecturer, Motion Practice, New York State Bar Association, Albany, NY, October 1992

Miscellaneous

•Presentation, Ensuring the Integrity of the New York State Testing Program, New York State Board of Regents, March 2012

•Testimony, The Use and Protection of Personal Information Collected by The New York State Department of Health, New York State Senate Majority Task Force, April 15, 1999



Previous Government Experience

•Special Investigator, New York State Education Department, 2011-2012

•Counsel to the Attorney General, The New York State Office of the Attorney General, 2007-2010

•General Counsel, New York State Department of Health, 1995-2000

•Counsel, Lieutenant Governor, The State of New York, 1995

•Assistant U.S. Attorney, Northern District of New York, 1990-1995

Associated News & Events

Press-Releases

06.21.13 Greenberg Traurig Ranked in 2013 Legal 500 United States Guide; Recommended as 'Top Tier' Firm in Real Estate

02.25.13 Greenberg Traurig Attorney Henry Greenberg Speaks at History of New York State Pro Bono Event

01.19.11 Former Counsel to the New York State Attorney General, Henry M. Greenberg, Joins Greenberg Traurig

 
ISLN906901814
 


View Ratings & Reviews
Profile Visibility
#242 in weekly profile views out of 3,320 lawyers in Albany, New York
#118,525 in weekly profile views out of 1,512,663 total lawyers Overall

Office Information

Henry M. Greenberg

54 State Street, 6th Floor
AlbanyNY 12207




Loading...
 

Professional Networking for Legal Professionals Only

Quickly and easily expand your professional
network - join the premier global network for legal professionals only. It's powered by the
Martindale-Hubbell database - over 1,000,000 lawyers strong.
Join Now