Jane Friedlieb Greenman

Oceanport, NJ

Jane F. Greenman, Esq.
JFG Global HR Solutions
(Former Executive Vice President, Global Human Resources,
Barr Pharmaceuticals)

Jane Greenman is currently an independent consultant providing expert assistance with respect to a broad range of global legal and Human Resources issues. Prior to February, 2009, she was Executive Vice President of Global Human Resources of Barr Pharmaceuticals, Inc., reporting to the Chairman of the Board of Directors and Chief Executive Officer. At Barr, she was responsible for the conduct of all aspects of human resources for Barr and its subsidiaries and affiliates throughout the world. Barr was acquired by Teva Pharmaceuticals in December, 2008.

While at Barr, Jane focused on developing and implementing HR strategies to enable the company to realize its short and long-term goals. She initiated new governance and senior executive team building strategies following the departure of the Company's COO. Under her leadership, the global HR function was restructured to facilitate global coordination of HR policies and practices, while maintaining HR involvement at the appropriate corporate and local business levels. In addition, she significantly improved the company's attraction, retention and development of talented employees. She worked directly with the Compensation Committee of the Board and business leaders to develop and implement performance based compensation programs linked to achievement of functional, corporate and individual goals. She was also responsible for all employee benefit programs and for establishing the appropriate platforms for delivery of HR services, employee training and development, and organization design and succession planning, while safeguarding employee data.

Prior to joining Barr, she served as Vice President, Compensation, Benefits and Labor Relations at Tyco International from 2003 through June 2007. At Tyco, she had global responsibility for compensation and benefits strategy and administration, as well as labor relations in the U.S and abroad, including acting as chair of Tyco's European Works Council. She came to Tyco from Honeywell International (formerly AlliedSignal), where she was Vice President and Deputy General Counsel, Human Resources, with broad responsibility for developing legal strategy and compliance worldwide in employee-related areas. In that capacity, she participated in both the legal and HR leadership teams, forging a close and unique partnership between the HR function and the law department in development of global HR related policies and practices. At both Tyco and Honeywell, among her many responsibilities, Ms. Greenman planned and negotiated employee-related issues in numerous corporate transactions.

Ms. Greenman came to Honeywell from the law firm of Hughes Hubbard and Reed, where she was a partner and chair of the Employee Benefits Department. She is also a former Law School faculty member at New York University School of Law, Brooklyn Law School and Hofstra Law School.

Ms. Greenman was elected to serve as chair of the Board of Directors of the ERISA Industry Committee (ERIC) prior to joining Barr and was also a member of the Board of Directors of the American Benefits Council. She has been a frequent lecturer on HR and benefit-related subjects and provided testimony before Congressional hearings on a range of issues. She is a member of numerous professional organizations, including the American College of Employee Benefits Counsel, the Executive Committee of XBHR—an international HR group, SHRM, and HRPS among others. She is a member of the Board of Directors and Executive Committee of New York City Outward Bound, a charitable organization dedicated to public education through establishment of small schools in NYC. She was a formerly a Board member of the Women's Fund of New Jersey and the Mercer Country American Red Cross.

She holds a B.S. from Cornell University School of Industrial and Labor Relations; a J.D. from the New York University School of Law; and an LL.M. (Labor Law) from the New York University School of Law.

Executive Compensation
Expert WitnessMediator

Former head of Executive COmpensation for Tyco International, I bring both practical in-house perspective as well as legal expertise in this area.

Health and Welfare Plans
Expert Witness

I have implemented complex new health and welfare programs, including wellness programs at several companies. I also have written, testified before Congress and spoken at many professional conferences on a wide range of health and welfare benefits issues.