Zac Greene represents individual and corporate clients in business disputes and white collar criminal matters.
Zac’s civil practice is focused on business litigation in state and federal trial courts and courts of appeal. He frequently represents commercial entities and financial institutions in matters involving breach of contract, negligence, fraud, unfair competition, securities, and government regulation. He also represents public entities in constitutional litigation. Zac's diverse appellate experience includes briefing and arguing cases addressing contract law, antitrust law, public pensions, legislative procedure, legislative privilege, constitutional law, and civil rights.
Zac also represents companies and individuals in investigations and enforcement proceedings by the U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ), U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC), federal inspectors general (OIG), and state agencies. Zac's experience includes guiding clients through internal and governmental investigations, as well as representing defendants in prosecutions involving mail and wire fraud, healthcare, immigration, public corruption and the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA), environmental regulation, nuclear power regulation under the Atomic Energy Act, and antitrust.
As chair of the firm’s Crisis Management Group, Zac collaborates with attorneys in various practices to leverage Miller & Martin’s deep corporate and dispute resolution experience to help clients prepare for and deal with business crises.
Zac is a member of the firm's Policy Committee.