Gregg Mashberg of Proskauer Rose currently co-heads the leading New York law firm’s Securities Litigation & Enforcement Group Experienced in appearing before trial and appellate courts throughout the United States, Gregg Mashberg has been admitted to the United States Supreme Court, as well as to the Second, Third, Eighth, and Ninth Circuits of the U.S. Court of Appeals and the Eastern and Southern Districts of the U.S. District Court of New York. With wide-ranging expertise in many areas of law, Mashberg holds an impressive record of successful litigation. Recently, in his work for Proskauer Rose, Gregg Mashberg succeeded in winning a summary judgment for a prominent British corporation in a commercial dispute, which resulted in the dismissal of a complaint seeking $100 million in damages. Additionally, Mashberg has also secured a $3 million federal jury verdict for a client in a stockholders’ derivative action resulting from a Wall Street brokerage house closing its doors. Furthermore, in addition to his corporate litigation work with Proskauer Rose, Gregg Mashberg continues his practice in public law from the early days of his career as an Assistant Chief of the General Litigation Division of the City of New York’s Law Department by representing various city organizations facing law suits. For example, Mashberg successfully defended the New York Metropolitan Transportation Authority against a legal challenge to the organization’s decision to increase tolls and fares in 2003. Moreover, Gregg Mashberg has also worked to extend medical services in New York City by representing St. Vincent's Catholic Medical Center in an Article 78 proceeding that sought to overturn the decision made by the New York City Landmarks Preservation Commission to permit the medical center from demolishing a building located in the Greenwich Village Historic District. The demolition was sought in order to permit construction of a new $850 million expansion for the hospital. A graduate of the NYU Law School, Gregg Mashberg was elected to the Buffalo Law Review where he completed his first year of legal study.
Prior to joining Alpine Armoring Inc. in 1993, Fred Khoroushi worked in the private sector and spent years teaching business management at several higher educational institutions. Presently, Fred Khoroushi serves as the company's President, a position which he has held since 1997. In addition, he also carries out the role of Chief Executive Officer (CEO) at the Herndon, Virginia, armored vehicle supplier and manufacturer. Fred Khoroushi grew the company’s markets to include nations that were formerly closed to the West, such as China and states from the former Soviet Union. Seeing the demand for armored vehicles in these countries, Alpine Armoring Inc. became the first to fulfill those needs and thus paved the way for the rest of the industry. For 15 years, Alpine Armoring Inc. has helped the United States government in its fight against terrorism by providing armored products to the Department of the Army and the U.S. Governments General Services Administration. Under Fred Khoroushi's direction, Alpine Armoring Inc. delivered armored vehicles to the U.S. military for use in Kosovo, Iraq and Afghanistan as well as many large contracts including 60 commercial heavy armor SUV’s to the Department of the Army. Moreover, the company supplies armored vehicles to the United Nations. Currently, Fred Khoroushi also heads Alpine Aeronautical LLC, Camia Investment LLC, and American Aeronautical Corp. Khoroushi holds the role of President for all three companies. A member of the Independent Armored Car Operators Association, Inc. and the International Association of Chiefs of Police, Fred Khoroushi has appeared as an invited guest on numerous shows on the Discovery Channel, History Channel and Cable News Network (CNN).
As the Medical Director of Nevada Pediatric Specialists, Dr. Harold Zilberman provides quality healthcare services to children in the Las Vegas, Nevada, and surrounding areas. Dr. Harold Zilberman earned his Doctor of Medicine from Université de Laval, Faculté de médecine in Canada and completed his residency in pediatrics at McGill University and the Montreal Children’s Hospital of MUHC (McGill University Health Centre). Subsequently commencing a fellowship in pediatric emergency medicine at the same institutions, Dr. Harold Zilberman completed the final year of his fellowship at the Children’s Hospital of Western Ontario (now known as the Children’s Hospital at London Health Sciences Centre).
In addition to presiding over Nevada Pediatric Specialists, Dr. Harold Zilberman offers his expertise to a number of local educational medical institutions. He serves as volunteer clinical faculty to the University of Nevada School of Medicine (UNSOM) and acts as an Assistant Professor at Touro University Nevada College of Osteopathic Medicine, focusing on instructing medical students and pediatric residents.
Prior to assuming the directorship of Nevada Pediatrics Specialists, Dr. Harold Zilberman worked as a Pediatric Emergency Physician for Sunrise Children’s Hospital, a position he held for more than a decade. His past medical experience also includes functioning as an Emergency Pediatrician at the Children’s Hospital of Western Ontario.
Dr. Harold Zilberman is certified by and is a Diplomate of the American Board of Pediatrics. He also belongs to the American College of Emergency Physicians and is a Fellow of both the American Academy of Pediatrics as well as the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada.