Russ Henkin is Of Counsel at Berger Montague. He
concentrates his practice in complex civil litigation in matters
involving stock fraud, class action personal injury, breach of
contract, consumer fraud and lender liability.
Mr. Henkin joined the firm as an associate in 1975 and was
involved in or tried complex civil litigation matters including
fraud, securities, breach of contract, restrictive employment
covenant litigation, eminent domain litigation, and divorce, among
From 1980 through 1991, he was associated with another
firm, also involved in trials of complex civil litigation
matters. His cases included antitrust, bankruptcy litigation and
reorganization, contracts, malpractice, products liability,
employment discrimination, commercial disparagement litigation,
business separation litigation, emotional distress litigation,
claims and defense under the Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt
Organization Act ("RICO"), stock fraud and foreclosure/workout and
other trials. Representative results included confirmation of a $20
million plan of reorganization for a psychiatric hospital company,
and successful defense against a $30 million RICO suit.
In June 1991, Mr. Henkin rejoined Berger Montague, where he
tries complex civil matters.