Mr. Greene is the managing partner of Dugan, Brinkmann, Maginnis and Pace. Aside from handling the day-to-day operations of the firm, he handles civil litigation matters with an emphasis on large loss property subrogation. Consistent with his firm’s approach to property claims he is involved in every step of the subrogation process from the initial inspection, the retention of experts, initiating litigation to final resolution. He has extensive experience in handling claims in the renewable energy field, including several large fire losses involving photovoltaic fires.

Teamed with partner, Sam Pace, they successfully litigated to resolution one of the largest photovoltaic fire claims in the country involving the complete loss of a 266,000 square foot refrigeration warehouse. The case spanned 4 years, involved 11 defendants, required over 100 depositions and several mediations before finally resolving on the second day of trial. Since that case, he has been asked by several insurance carriers to investigate similar claims throughout the country.

Mr. Greene serves on the board of the New England Renewable Energy Conference, held each year to bring together “subject matter experts in the renewable energy space to deliver a powerful event. The annual conference is held in a friendly networking environment and allows professionals from multiple disciplines of all levels of experience to enhance their skill set.”

Mr. Greene graduated from Franklin and Marshall College in 1985 and from Temple University School of Law in 1991 where he received cum laude honors and numerous academic awards, including being named a National Semi-Finalist as a member of Temple University’s National Trial Team. He was admitted to practice in Pennsylvania and New Jersey in 1991. 

Outside of his practice and his devotion to family, Mr. Greene is involved in numerous charitable endeavors and proudly serves as an elder at Fellowship Bible Church in Sewell, New Jersey.