Mr. Greenup is a Los Angeles native. He graduated from UCLA and attended Loyola Law School where he was on the Dean’s Honor List all six semesters and graduated with honors.
Mr. Greenup has been a member of the California State Bar since 1982 and has practiced workers’ compensation defense exclusively since 1988. He is responsible for 17 Applicant convictions of workers’ compensation fraud and has been published in several favorable appellate court decisions including Friendly Hills Healthcare v. WCAB (1999), Moran v. Bradford Building Maintenance (1992), Jones v. L.A. Community College District (1987) and Unruh v. US (1986). He was a speaker at the California Workers’ Compensation Defense Association convention on the subjects of fraud and restitution and at the 2017 Work Comp Central Comp Laude convention.
- University of California at Los Angeles, CA, Bachelor of Arts, Political Science, 1977.
- Loyola University School of Law, Los Angeles, CA, Juris Doctor, 1981 (honored for remaining on Dean’s honor list entire six semesters of law school).
Greenup, Hartston & Rosenfeld, LLP, Sherman Oaks, CA, 2013 to present
Founding partner, workers’ compensation defense with subspecialties in claims mill and fraud defense, large loss, liens.
Adelson, Testan, Brundo, Novell & Jimenez, Calabasas, CA, 2000-2013 Workers’ compensation defense with subspecialties in claims mill and fraud defense, large loss, liens.
Pearlman, Borska & Wax, Encino, CA, 1993-2000 Partner, workers’ compensation defense with subspecialties in claims mill and fraud defense, liens.
Schummer, Rolbin, Hurst & Wax, Mission Hills, CA, 1988-1993 Partner, workers’ compensation defense.
Masry & Vititoe, Encino, CA, 1982-1988 Criminal defense, bankruptcy, appellate, workers’ compensation.