gregg goldfarb

A Florida attorney for more than three decades, Gregg M. Goldfarb concentrates his practice in civil litigation. He has extensive experience with complex legal action involving personal injury, mass tort, defective product/product liability, insurance, civil rights, whistleblower, and public interest cases. Gregg is also the host of the compelling Cut to the Chase: Podcast a public interest podcast covering environmental issues, mass torts and other significant legal cases, science, and financial information.

Among the highlights of Gregg’s legal portfolio are his prosecuting nearly 7,500 legal cases in state and federal courts; recovering millions of dollars from insurance companies, the government, pharmaceuticals, and Fortune 500 companies; and representing hundreds of individuals, medical providers, small businesses, and large banks throughout Miami, Florida, and the U.S.

Gregg hosts the Cut to the Chase: Podcast, highlighting and analyzing the most compelling legal, regulatory, and public interest news. Gregg welcomes industry experts on this weekly show to discuss crucial legal information concerning mass torts, sexual abuse, whistleblowers, cryptocurrency matters, securities, taxes, insurance, and bankruptcy.

He has fashioned his law office, Gregg M. Goldfarb, LLP, to be in partnerships with some of the most skilled and qualified attorneys throughout the country to handle mass torts and defective product actions. These involve unsafe medical devices such as hernia and transvaginal mesh, CPAP machines, and ventilator devices. In addition, he works to recover compensation for victims of defective 3M earplugs, cancerous talcum powder, Camp Lejeune contaminated water, paraquat-related Parkinson’s disease, and institutional sexual abuse.

Gregg has successfully recovered insurance claims for hundreds of medical providers who sought reimbursement for auto accident victims’ medical bills. He has also represented individuals in civil actions such as police brutality, whistleblower/qui tam actions, employment discrimination, accidents, slip/falls, defective products, and class actions. Gregg’s book of business also includes representing several national banks during the 2008 mortgage crisis.

As a valued member of his community, Gregg is a strong advocate for the disabled community. From 2020-2022 he served as president and director for the South Florida Center for Independent Living, an organization that assists and empowers people of all ages with disabilities to live independently. He also founded Clean Miami River, an environmental nonprofit group, in 1995.

His legal career includes interning for the Florida House of Representatives, the Office of Miami-Dade County Public Defender, U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Florida, and the Florida Supreme Court.

Education
  • University of Miami, J.D., 1993
  • University of Virginia, B.A., History, 1988
Admitted
  • U.S. Court of Appeals for the 11th Circuit
  • U.S. Supreme Court
  • U.S. District Court, Middle District of Florida
  • U.S. District Court, Northern District of Florida
  • U.S. District Court, Southern District of Florida