We know strategy. We know discovery tactics. We know the rules of evidence, procedure, and courthouses. Collectively, our lawyers have tried over 200 cases.
Litigation is a craft, and we are constantly honing that craft through sharing, training, observing, and brainstorming. And we do it together. When you hire Greenfield, you are not hiring one lawyer; you are hiring a team.
We have one goal: your success.
When the company is on the line, when the giant corporation has to be sued, clients turn to Greenfield to get results efficiently without overstaffing and overbilling. We can handle either side of complex commercial case, including internal corporate or partnership disputes, professional malpractice, intellectual property, real estate, and fraud. >
Greenfield represents publicly traded companies, lenders, and
local businesses in in business cases of all sizes, including contract disputes, employment litigation, and fiduciary duty claims at rates far below those of large firms. >
When the future of a practice is at stake, medical providers have chosen Greenfield as their “go-to” trial and defense attorneys for over 30 years. We are also a top choice for the prosecution or defense of legal and accounting malpractice claims. >
When it comes to handling complex, high-volume litigation involving bankruptcy, Greenfield has the proven track record everyone looks for. We have represented trustees and bankruptcy estates in some of the largest bankruptcies in Northern California, as well as general representation of debtors, creditors and committees. >
When a real estate dispute happens in Silicon Valley, the largest developers call on Greenfield to represent them. Our partners have been doing it for over 30 years and possess the local experience and knowledge that is invaluable in all types of real estate cases. >
When everything depends on the transaction going through, people in the know look to Greenfield. We are known for making things happen and it is why we represent so many secured banks, lenders and developer borrowers. >