Two GKG Law Attorneys Retiring from Full-Time Practice in December

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WASHINGTON, DC —Leading Washington, DC law firm GKG Law, P.C. announced today that Of Counsel Steven John Fellman, who has been practicing law for 58 years, and Principal Edward D. Greenberg, who has been practicing law for 52 years, will be retiring from full-time practice on December 31. Greenberg will remain of counsel at GKG Law in 2021, advising the firm’s clients and partners as transportation-related needs arise.

Fellman served as managing partner of GKG Law for more than 10 years and also previously chaired the firm’s Trade & Professional Associations Practice Group. He spent much of his legal practice serving as a trade regulation attorney representing non-profit organizations and corporate clients in a wide variety of antitrust, competition, corporate governance, tax and public policy related issues. Fellman has defended clients in Federal Trade Commission, Department of Justice and antitrust actions in courts throughout the country. He has also represented clients in employment matters such as Fair Labor Standards Act interpretations, Americans with Disabilities Act litigation, employment contracts and wrongful discharge actions. He has acted as general and special counsel for associations in construction, laundry, professional services, insurance, financial services, motion picture theater and health care.

Greenberg spent much of his legal career representing diverse groups of clients engaged in transportation and international trade in a wide variety of administrative, corporate, export controls, litigation, government contracts and white-collar issues. He has represented his individual and trade association clients before a large number of federal agencies, including the Federal Maritime Commission, Surface Transportation Board, Federal Railroad Administration, Federal Energy Regulatory Commission, Department of Transportation, Department of Justice, and various federal and state courts throughout the country. Among Greenberg’s corporate clients are major industrial rail shippers, oil companies, and numerous international freight forwarders. Further, Greenberg served as general counsel to the National Customs Brokers and Forwarders Association of America, Inc. for 35 years. American Shipper noted in this recent feature article that Greenberg’s work in this role “helped improve standing and recognition of the non-vessel-operating common carriers industry in Washington.”


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