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Morton I. Greenberg – 2009

Morton I. Greenberg – 2009

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AOJO Government Act 1978 
Rev. 112010 
FOR CALENDAR YEAR 2009 U.S.C. app.  101-1I1) Person Reporting (last name, first, middle initial) Greenberg, Morton Court Organization Date Report Circuit Court, Third Circuit 03/2412010 Tille (Article III judges indicate active senior starus; magistrate judges indicate full-or part.time) Senior U.S. Circuit Judge Sa. Report Type (ched: appropriate type) Reporting f Appraisal CoSl (Rail Esta Only) Assessment T-Casb Market (See Column Cl) Book Value VOthcr W=EslinWed 
Greenberg, Morton 
Greenberg, Morton 
VIII. ADDITIONAL INFORMATION EXP LANA TJON have the following explanations and information for the report. Paragraph relating agreements indicates that have ension from the State New Jersey. This the same item listed the 
pension paragraph III relating non-investment income. receiving pension based early retirement under the New Jersey Judicial Retirement System Act, had more than years public service New more than five years Superior Court Judge. view more than years service, also entitled medical coverage for myself and without charge, which includes reimbursement for Medicare charges. This was administered Horizon Blue Cross Blue Shield 2009, except that during the year the administration the prescription drug portion the coverage was changed Medco Solution Inc. Lexington, Ky. understand that the actual cost for the coverage. The benefits also include life insurance and pension survives me. The amount the pension for based the salary judge the Appellate Division the Superior Court the time death. While previously believed that the life insurance also based the salary Superior Court Appellate Division Judge the time death now realize that the insurance based salary when retired June 987. Both paragraph and paragraph III request date. The best date can give explain that became Superior Court Judge December 20, 1973, and served until retired June 1987 when became judge the Court ofAppeals. never entered into individual written contract for the pension but was awarded under New Jersey law. The same true for the medical coverage. Thus, the agreement has particular date. show income Item VII, Line from IRA which invested certificate deposit Distribution. fact IRA distribution includes sources from the original deposits and accumulated earnings, this case interest certificate ofdeposit which still accruing. show Linwood Country Club stock Item VII, line which not investment property and produces income. probably not have show the Country Club stock was not held for income but voluntarily showing it. show General Motors Corp. common stock Item VII, line but that stock was pre-bankruptcy General Motors. owned the stock the time the bankruptcy and understand that now worthless. Yet had transactions the stock. acquired October 1987 and became worthless during 2009. have not listed asset the value interest the New Jersey Judicial Retirement System under paragraph VII, was listed under paragraph and the income from was listed under paragraph III. Item VII, line list checking and money market accounts, and certificates deposit with the Bank America. have aggregated the information for that bank for the various accounts. list the New Jersey Economic Development Authority twice investment, once paragraph VII, item 16, and once paragraph VII, item 29, because the two listings arc for ifferent bond issues purchased different times. 
Greenberg, Morton 
IX. CERTIFICATION. certify that all Information given above (including information pertaining spouse and minor dependent children, any) accurate, true, and complete the best knowledge and belief, and that any information not reported was withheld because met applicable statutory provisions permitting non-disclosure. further certify that earned income from outside employment and honoraria and the acceptance gifts which have been reported are compliance with the provisions U.S.C. app.  501 et. seq U.S.C.  7353, and Judicial Conference regulations. 
Mail signed original and additional copies to: 
Committee Financial Disclosure Administrative Office the United States Courts Suite 2-301 One Columbus Circle, N.E. Washington, D.C. 20544