Arthur A. Greenberg
(818) 382-6200 Ext. 113
Arthur A. Greenberg is Of Counsel to Greenberg & Bass and focuses his practice primarily on business-related matters, with a particular emphasis on the representation of lenders and other creditors in transactional, bankruptcy and insolvency-related matters, and on asset allocation, asset protection, and debt replacement matters for debtors. His clients include local, national and international entities.
Mr. Greenberg served as Managing Partner of Greenberg & Bass for 22 years. A frequently requested lecturer, Mr. Greenberg has addressed numerous credit organizations on a variety of issues, and has provided expert testimony in bankruptcy and commercial matters at trial and in arbitration. He has been recognized as a Super Lawyer from 2006-2016 for his work in the areas of Bankruptcy, General Litigation, and Business/Corporate.
Confirmed Plan of Reorganization in largest Chapter 11 partnership case in the United States outside of New York.
Handled a real estate restructuring where lender became equity partner with no debt service allowing for immediate distribution of cash flow to client (borrower).
Represented Creditors Committee of Hamburger Hamlet Restaurants, Inc.
Represent both borrowers and lenders in asset-based transactions.
Professional and Community Activities
Member, Commercial Law League of America
Member, American Bankruptcy Institute
Member, Commercial Law Section, Los Angeles County Bar Association
Member, Business Law Section, State Bar of California
Member, Financial Lawyers Conference
Member, Los Angeles Bankruptcy Forum
Member, Turnaround Management Association
2006-2016 Super Lawyer, Los Angeles Magazine
Top 25 Attorneys in the Valley, San Fernando Valley Business Journal, 2003
Loyola Law School Alumni Association Board of Governors Recognition Award, 2004
The Executives Visionary Award, 2003
Chair, Board of Directors, Los Angeles Jewish Home, 2007-08
Past President, Board of Directors, The Executives
Member, Major Gifts Committee, Los Angeles Ronald McDonald House Capital/Endowment Development Program
B.A., University of California at Los Angeles, 1972
J.D., Loyola Law School, 1976
State of California
United States District Courts in the State of California
Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals