Jeffrey J. Greenbaum


  • Tuesday, December 20, 2011
    In considering potential changes to the subpoena rule, Rule 45 (the Rule), which had not been changed in 20 years, the Civil Rules Advisory Committee (CRAC) was of the view that there were things that needed to be clarified or changed and that it was very lengthy and at times hard to follow. Therefore CRAC decided to undertake an examination of the Rule.
  • The Duke Conference And E-Discovery Solutions - A Panelist's Perspective
    Wednesday, June 2, 2010
    Mr. Greenbaum is a leader in the ABA Section of Litigation and the Association of the Federal Bar of New Jersey, where he served as President. In the ABA Section of Litigation, he is an elected Section Officer, member of the Section's Executive Committee and governing Council and was its Liaison to the U.S. Judicial Conference Advisory Committee on Civil...
  • Tuesday, March 31, 2009
    A class action lawsuit can pose a significant legal risk to any corporation. Undoubtedly, whether to certify a proposed class action is the pivotal decision in the life of a proposed class action lawsuit. In recognition of the critical nature of that decision, the Third Circuit, in an important antitrust class action decision applicable to all class...
  • Friday, December 1, 2006
    Editor: Please tell our readers about the problems of working with expert witnesses under the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure and how New Jersey has solved these problems.
  • Sunday, May 1, 2005
    Affordable health care for all Americans has been a significant issue in national politics for at least the past 15 years.Those most in need of it are the people who fall outside the boundaries of the current system of health care finance, namely those above the threshold for government-assisted health care but unable to obtain affordable health...
  • Responding To SOX: A Class Action Litigator's Perspective
    Wednesday, December 1, 2004
    Editor: Your panel is entitled "Corporate Compliance Programs: A Practical Approach Based On Recent Amendments To The Sentencing Guidelines." From a litigator's perspective, how important is it that a company have state of the art legal and financial compliance systems in place? Could you give some examples?
  • E-Discovery: A Guide For Corporate Counsel - Sills Cummis' Conts1.ution To The Discussion On Electronic Discovery - Part II
    Sunday, August 1, 2004
    Part I of this interview appears in the July 2004 issue of The Metropolitan Corporate Counsel.Editor: How do you determine what documentation is relevant? Epstein: The first step is to learn as much as possible about the allegations in the Complaint and determine what they mean for the company. What are the issues? Who are the people involved? What sort of...
  • E-Discovery: A Guide For Corporate Counsel - Sills Cummis' Contribution To The Discussion On Electronic Discovery - Part I
    Thursday, July 1, 2004
    Part II of this interview appears in the August 2004 issue of The Metropolitan Corporate Counsel.Editor: Would each of you gentlemen give our readers something of your background and how you came to Sills Cummis? Epstein: I joined the firm in 1976 after having served my clerkship with Judge Edward Gauklin in the Appellate Division and practicing as a trial...