Deborah Greenspan is the co-leader of Dickstein Shapiro’s Complex Dispute Resolution (CDR) Group. Her practice focuses on class action, mass tort, and bankruptcy law and procedure. She has particular experience in mass torts and products liability, analysis of damages and future liability exposure, negotiation, alternative dispute resolution (ADR), claims evaluation and dispute analysis, settlement distribution design and implementation, claims management and risk analysis, and general litigation. Ms. Greenspan has represented clients in the most significant complex litigation matters in the United States. Representative clients include Dow Corning Corporation; Pfizer Inc; Kaiser Aluminum & Chemical Corporation; Armstrong World Industries, Inc.; Corning Inc.; and General Motors. She has been appointed to serve as a special master and neutral in various matters, including the “Agent Orange” product liability litigation, and has designed and implemented complex settlement programs, including as an appointee to the U.S. Department of Justice, the September 11th Victim Compensation Fund of 2001.