A former Counsel to the New York State Attorney General, General Counsel to a major New York State agency and federal prosecutor, Hank Greenberg has handled numerous high-profile matters. He concentrates his practice on civil litigation, criminal and civil investigations, health law matters, and regulatory and administrative law.
From 2007 to 2010, Hank served as Counsel to former New York State Attorney General Andrew M. Cuomo. In that capacity, he worked on some of the agency's most significant litigation and public policy initiatives. He also served as General Counsel for the New York State Department of Health (1995 to 2000), where he was the chief legal advisor to the Commissioner of Health and administered an office of more than 100 attorneys engaged in virtually all aspects of administrative law.
In 2011, New York’s commissioner of education appointed Hank to serve, on a pro bono basis, as a special investigator to conduct a complete review of the Education Department’s processes and procedures for receiving, reviewing and investigating reports of alleged improprieties involving student assessments. Following a four-month investigation, Hank reported his findings to the New York State Board of Regents, which unanimously approved his recommendations.
Articles in the National Law Review database by Henry M. Greenberg