is a corporate special counsel resident in Fried Frank's New York office.
Mr. Greenberg concentrates his practice on intellectual property and technology contracts, including licensing, development, merchandising, services, outsourcing and other commercial agreements in the consumer products, software, fintech, biotech, and pharmaceutical industries. He also regularly counsels established and emerging companies, as well as private equity firms, banks, and hedge funds, on the intellectual property and technology aspects of mergers and acquisitions, divestitures, equity and debt financings, joint ventures, and other complex corporate transactions. Mr. Greenberg has extensive experience handling software-focused transactions and is a Certified Black Duck Legal Specialist. He also advises clients on open source best practices, data harvesting, digital media, trademark and copyright portfolio development, and infringement disputes.
In addition, Mr. Greenberg dedicates a substantial amount of his time to pro bono work including counsel to education, advocacy, and other non-profit organizations on intellectual property development and protection, and negotiates content licenses and vendor, consultant, and sponsorship agreements on their behalf.
Mr. Greenberg is a frequent author and has published articles on topics such as open source and data licensing and protection. He has led multiple seminars and webinars on these topics and was a featured panelist at the 2014 Annual Meeting of the American Intellectual Property Law Association on the topic of the transferability of intellectual property licenses in corporate transactions and a featured speaker at London's 2013 Digital Shoreditch Festival on the topic of US IP and technology legal issues for tech SMEs considering US expansion.
Mr. Greenberg is an adjunct professor teaching contract law and drafting at Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law.
Honors & Awards
Mr. Greenberg is a frequent author and has published articles on topics such as open source and data licensing and protection. He has been recognized as a "Rising Star" in 2013-2017 in the Intellectual Property and Technology Transactions sections of the New York Metro editions of Super Lawyers Magazine and has been recognized in The Legal 500 US for his technology transactions work.
Bar Admissions/Licensed Jurisdictions
New York; New Jersey