July 2017 -- Josh Greenberg joins the Edward Bennett Williams American Inn of Court, an invitation-only professional organization in Washington, D.C. devoted to white-collar criminal practice.
May 2017 -- Carrie Johnson of NPR does a radio story on the government misconduct in the Annappareddy case on All Things Considered and publishes a digital story with more information on NPR's website.
Josh Greenberg co-authors amicus brief in the U.S. Supreme Court in support of a petition for certiorari on the cutting-edge legal issue of extra-statutory forfeiture money judgments. Several days later, the Court requests that the government respond to the petition.
Forbes quotes Josh Greenberg in article on major international white-collar crime case.
Josh Greenberg wins 2016 White Collar Crime Award for "Never Giving In."
Coverage of the opening of The Josh Greenberg Law Firm.
Coverage of United States Annappareddy, a case in which an Indian national who owned a chain of retail and specialty pharmacies was wrongfully prosecuted for health care fraud, on the White Collar Crime Prof Blog (by Sol Wisenberg):
- New trial granted. “Reddy Annappareddy: Innocent Victim of the Government’s False Evidence.”
- Exculpatory documents destroyed by the government. “U.S. v. Reddy Annappareddy: Government Admits Destroying Evidence While New Trial Motion Is Pending.”
- Preview of hearing on motions to dismiss. “U.S. v. Reddy Annappareddy: Decision Day Is Here.”
- Case dismissed. “Breaking News: U.S. v. Reddy Annappareddy Dismissed With Prejudice.”
- Hearing transcript and analysis. “U.S. v. Reddy Annappareddy: What The Judge Saw.”
Coverage of the Annappareddy case on The Baltimore Sun’s website:
- Case dismissed. “Judge dismisses insurance fraud case against Fallston resident, pharmacy owner.”