Faith Greenfield
Rutgers Law School
S.I. Newhouse Center for Law and Justice
123 Washington Street
Newark, NJ 07102

Faith Greenfield was Campbell Soup Company’s Vice-President-Legal and Chief Litigation Counsel responsible for global commercial litigation. In 2015, she was Campbell’s Acting General Counsel for 6 months. Before Campbell, Ms. Greenfield was a litigation partner at the Blank Rome law firm. She has guest- lectured at Rutgers Law School and received her JD from Temple Law School.

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Faith Greenfield was Vice-President-Legal and Chief Litigation Counsel of Campbell Soup Company.  She worked for Campbell Soup for almost 25 years and retired as of June 30, 2017.  From February 2015 to July 2015, Ms. Greenfield served as Acting General Counsel of Campbell Soup reporting to Denise Morrison, the CEO of the Company.  While V-P-Legal and Chief Litigation Counsel for the Company, Ms. Greenfield was responsible for managing the global litigation and claims handled by lawyers and paralegals, including products liability, contract disputes, breach of warranty matters, consumer fraud class actions concerning food labels and advertising, antitrust and competition issues, intellectual property, insurance disputes, and real estate concerns, among others.  She also managed the lawyers and paralegals at Campbell Soup’s Pepperidge Farm subsidiary and the Data-Records Management Team which, among other responsibilities, coordinated the Company’s e-discovery protocols and compliance.   Ms. Greenfield was a member of Campbell Soup’s Legal Department’s Senior Leadership Team, contributing to the strategic planning and operational decision-making for the Legal Department. 

Prior to joining Campbell Soup in 1994, Ms. Greenfield was a partner in the Litigation Department of the Blank Rome law firm, with offices in Philadelphia and New Jersey, among other locations. During her career at Campbell Soup, she has spoken at and chaired legal seminars including topics such as food law labeling and marketing litigation, trade secrets, alternative fee arrangements and e-discovery.  Ms. Greenfield has been a guest lecturer at Rutgers Law School in Newark, New Jersey in the areas of food law class actions and e-discovery.

In the 2017 academic year, Ms. Greenfield is teaching forensic accounting at King’s College in Wilkes Barre, Pennsylvania as an adjunct professor.

Ms. Greenfield is a graduate of Pennsylvania State University and received her JD from Temple Law School. 

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