Arthur N. Greenberg

Partner Emeritus
Fax 310-201-2302

Business Litigation

  • Successfully defended the chairman and chief executive officer of a major savings and loan association in numerous class, derivative and other actions seeking hundreds of millions of dollars of damages
  • Represented a regional shopping center in a three-month trial against an insurance company; the outcome of litigation resulted in the combination of two competing shopping centers into one of the largest shopping centers in the United States
  • Successfully defended a European multinational media conglomerate in a trade secret misappropriation case brought by one of the largest publicly owned computer software companies
  • Represented three mutual funds on behalf of 10,000 shareholders in the recovery from banks, trust companies of assets looted by the funds' officers and directors
  • Obtained a treble damage judgment in a jury trial in favor of the producer of an award winning motion picture against a studio for violation of the Sherman Anti- Trust Act arising out of block booking the film to CBS Television
  • Represented a public figure who was involved in the Ferdinand and Imelda Marcos civil and criminal cases
  • Negotiated a settlement of a multimillion dollar securities fraud case involving an investment in a computer related business
  • Negotiated an eight figure settlement with the RTC arising out of a joint venture relationship between a real estate developer and a failed savings and loan association
  • Negotiated a settlement for a title insurance company after an adverse ruling by the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeal on title insurance coverage issues in a case handled by other counsel; the settlement involved multiple cases pending in Hawaii and Alaska seeking tens of millions of dollars of damages
  • Preserved the separate property assets of one of the largest property owners of Monterey Park, California, in a three-month divorce trial
  • Served as an arbitrator in a dispute between two large motion picture production companies