Jed Greene is a Principal at Five Corners Group and works out of the San Francisco and San Rafael offices. Jed has 20 years of experience, including testimony experience, handling various matters involving intellectual property disputes, commercial litigation and fraud investigations. He also advises companies on various intellectual property issues, including licensing, acquisition, valuation, patent filings, and patent litigation risk assessment. Prior to joining Five Corners Group, he led the commercial litigation practice at Seiler LLP and worked in the litigation consulting practices of FTI Consulting, Inc., LECG, LLC and Hemming Morse, Inc.
Jed has worked on over 100 cases including patent infringement, misappropriation of trade secrets, trademark infringement, breach of contract disputes, anti-trust violations, accountants’ liability actions, false advertising, troubled acquisitions, business interruption and employment disputes. He has also provided consulting services on intellectual property matters for public companies on areas including licensing policies, licensing negotiations, settlement discussions, revenue allocation and risk assessment of intellectual property litigation.
Jed is a Certified Public Accountant, licensed in the State of California, a Certified Management Accountant, certified by the Institute of Management Accountants and Certified in Financial Forensics through the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants (“AICPA”).
Jed is an adjunct professor at Golden Gate University. He teaches in its Forensic Accounting Program (a subset of its Masters of Accounting Program) and also serves on its Advisory Board. He currently teaches or has previously taught the following classes: Intellectual Property; Introduction to Financial Forensic Accounting; Economic Damages; and Lost Wages and Employment Litigation. Jed has also taught several classes relating to litigation consulting and expert testimony to audiences including California Society of Certified Public Accountants (“CalCPA”) and the Federal Bureau of Investigations.
Jed is a member of CalCPA, a 40,000 member organization. He served a two-year term as a Board member for CalCPA. He has also served in various leadership roles within the San Francisco Chapter of CalCPA, is a member of its Economic Damages Section and has served on its statewide Litigation Steering Committee. Jed is a member of the AICPA and has previously served on its six-member Economic Damages Task Force.