Ross Greenberg's practice focuses on antitrust and other complex litigation matters. At Axinn, he assists with Hart-Scott-Rodino filings, responding to Second Requests and eDiscovery issues that arise in the context of complex litigation. Ross oversees all phases of eDiscovery, from IT infrastructure assessment to data collection, processing and production. He has trained and managed teams of ten to over one hundred attorneys on numerous electronic document reviews.
Prior to joining Axinn, Ross assisted many top law firms with the oversight of complex litigation, internal investigations and Second Requests. His experience further includes representation of large telecommunication companies in the context of transactional and regulatory work, and other corporate clients engaged in multi-million dollar transactions.
Co-Author, "The Liability of Mediators is Unsettled," The National Law Journal, June 12, 1995
Co-Author, "Attorney-Client Privilege," American Criminal Law Review, Spring 1993
- JD – Georgetown University Law Center (1994) Associate Editor, American Criminal Law Review.
- BA – Cornell University (1991)
- District of Columbia
- New York