Greg began practice more than forty years ago with a small trial practice firm. Early on he gained substantial experience in litigation with cases as varied as personal injury, employment discrimination, creditor's rights, and commercial disputes. In the eighties, Greg joined CB Richard Ellis as Regional Counsel before transitioning to managing broker for the Nashville, Tennessee and the Atlanta Northeast offices. There he hired trained and managed men and women for one of the best commercial real estate brokers in the nation.
Over the years Greg's practice has evolved and has included a variety of matters involving business litigation, business formation and commercial real estate. Today Greg concentrates his practice in commercial real estate matters including acquisitions, sales and financing; contract review and drafting; outside general counsel services; and business transactions including purchases, sales and formations.
The breadth of experience that Greg has gained in handling different types of matters, and from working in the trenches in the commercial real estate industry, has proved invaluable to clients. Greg's expertise and understanding of the objectives of the parties to a transaction, including the steps in the process, enable him to provide his clients with cost effective solutions.
Greg received his law degree from the University of Pittsburgh where he served as President of his class and on the Moot Court Board. He received his undergraduate degree from the University of Virginia where he majored in history and was a member of the varsity football team. For many years Greg has been peer review rated "AV" by the Martindale-Hubbell Law Directory, its highest rating.