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Interviews with Martin L. Greenberg

After serving as a New Jersey deputy attorney general, Martin L. Greenberg was appointed an assistant counsel to Governor Robert B. Meyner in 1959 when Brendan T. Byrne was the Governor’s executive secretary. After Governor Meyner named Brendan Byrne acting Essex County Prosecutor, he joined Prosecutor Byrne’s staff as an assistant prosecutor, as well as engaging in private legal practice. He later was a law partner of Byrne prior to Byrne’s appointment as President of the New Jersey Board of Public Utility Commissioners in 1968. He was elected to the State Senate in 1973 and served as chair of the County, Municipal Government Committee from 1974 to 1978 and subsequently as chair of the Senate Judiciary Committee until retiring from the Senate in 1979. After leaving the Senate, he was named President and General Counsel to the former Golden Nugget Hotel and Casino in Atlantic City. From 1982 though 1992, he was a Judge of the Superior Court of New Jersey, serving as Presiding Judge, Chancery Division, General Equity and Probate. He is currently counsel to the firm of Walder, Hayden & Brogan in Roseland, and also serves as General Counsel and Chief Financial Officer for Urban Archaeology Ltd., in New York City. He is a graduate of Rutgers University and Rutgers Law School, where he was an editor of the Rutgers Law Review.


Interview on June 6, 2006


Interview on June 20, 2006


Interview on July 5, 2006

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