Marc Greenberg

Tucker Ellis LLP
515 S Flower St., 42nd Fl.
Los Angeles, CA 90071
(213) 430-3355

Marc Greenberg concentrates his practice on white collar criminal defense, cyber-crime, environmental and workplace safety emergency response, maritime and energy issues, and business litigation.

A former federal prosecutor for the Central District of California, Marc has significant experience handling white collar criminal cases involving public corruption, tax fraud, money laundering, bribery, antitrust, theft of trade secrets, off-label marketing, importation violations, securities fraud, and cyber crime. He has appeared before the Ninth and Third Circuits of the U.S. Court of Appeals as a prosecutor and/or defense lawyer. Clients depend on Marc for his expertise in the area of regulatory compliance, as well as his experience in supervising internal investigations.

During his tenure with the United States Department of Justice, Marc supervised and prosecuted long-term investigations of international money-laundering, extortion, securities and fraud-related offenses, including a high-profile case that was featured on "60 Minutes," and he was deputized a United States Marshal by the U.S. Attorney General due to security threats arising out of one of his cases. In private practice, he assists corporate and individual clients in addressing criminal and civil matters in connection with state and federal investigations, including alleged violations of antitrust laws, insider trading, the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act, and the UK Bribery Act.

Marc is a nationally recognized speaker on white collar matters, internal investigations, and electronic discovery. He is a frequent author on topics including debarment, over-criminalization, and financial penalties in white collar criminal offenses, as well as environmental, worker safety, and charter school compliance issues.

Marc is also an avid photographer. Examples of his work can be seen at