Gordon A. Greenberg regularly represents clients in civil and criminal investigations, as well as in trials and congressional hearings. He has significant experience defending clients in high-stakes, bet-the-company matters that have civil and criminal components. Gordon has more than 30 years of experience handling a wide range of business crime investigations and trials.
Previously, Gordon was a federal prosecutor, serving as the chief of the Financial Investigations Unit in the Los Angeles US Attorney’s Office, and was also a state and special federal prosecutor in Chicago. As a prosecutor, he tried several precedent-setting cases including US V. Cuevas, the first extradition of an individual from Switzerland to the United States for money laundering-related offenses, and US v. Barry Minkow, ZZZZ Best, et al., one of the largest securities/money laundering cases tried on the West Coast in the 1980s.
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