Rebecca Foley Greenberg
Rebecca is a partner of The Greenberg Law Firm LLP. She has prosecuted and defended multiple personal injury, medical malpractice, civil rights, legal malpractice, corporate, real estate and business litigation matters, and is well versed in the area of internal investigation and legal analysis.
She also has a focus in the area cannabis law, consulting clients in the areas of liability exposure and state and local compliance. She is an advocate of drug policy reform at the state and federal level. She is currently on the Board of Trustees for the Washington Heights Corner Project. She has written and lectured on the constitutionality of Internal Revenue Code 280E, medical malpractice liability exposure for recommending cannabis in New York State and implementing medical cannabis in primary health care.
In 2019 her alma mater, the Elisabeth Haub School of Law at Pace University, honored her with the award for Rising Star in the Private Sector of Litigation. Her litigation experience has included corporate and financial matters involving municipal liability, corporate responsibility in multiple settings including motor vehicle sales and distribution.
Pace University Law School; Westchester, New York
Bachelor of Arts
American University; Washington, D.C.
New York Law Journal,"Using CPLR 3122-a to Admit Medical Records Without Testimony," Editor
The Brooklyn Journal of Law and Policy,"26 USC § 280E: Will the Dragon Now Be Slayed," Co-author
Cannabis Law Report, “USA Article For Cannabis Law Report: Availability of Medical Insurance Coverage for Medical Cannabis Patients,” Co-author
Affiliations and Honors:
New York State Bar
U.S. District Court SDNY
U.S. Court of Appeals, Second Circuit
Deans List, American University
Steven A. Frumkes Award Recipient
Member of the Westchester Bar Association
Member of the New York Bar Association
Member of the New York State Trial Lawyers Association
Member of the American Bar Association
Washington Heights Corner Project, Board of Trustees
2019 Rising Star in Litigation in the Private Sector, Elisabeth Haub School of Law at Pace University