Greg’s practice focuses on complex commercial litigation, constitutional litigation, and government investigations and regulatory compliance matters.
Greg has nine years of experience with M&A and business disputes, commercial real estate, fraud, and defamation litigation. Greg has handled a broad range of state and federal constitutional issues such as education funding, due process, Section 1983, Title IX, and federal abstention jurisprudence. Greg takes federal and state cases from inception through trial and appeal, with victories at the motion to dismiss, summary judgment, and appellate stages of litigation.
Greg also counsels clients encountering regulatory/compliance issues. In this role, Greg advises political action committees on Federal Election Campaign Act issues and state-level campaign finance investigations. He also develops and implements internal control programs to help clients assess risk and avoid compliance investigations or other regulatory issues.
Greg focuses his pro bono efforts on voting rights, including as a voting rights analyst and poll watcher. During law school, Greg served as the Editor-in-Chief of the Rutgers Journal of Law and Public Policy and as a judicial extern to the Honorable Joel H. Slomsky of the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania.
Outside the Firm
Greg is actively involved in Community Legal Services of Philadelphia and its young supporters group, Justice Rising Advocates, on which he serves as Chair. On Saturday mornings you can find him cleaning up Palmer Park in the Fishtown neighborhood of Philadelphia along with other members of the Friends of Palmer Park.
In his free time, Greg loves to hike (particularly in the Catskills) and is a regular at the live music and standup comedy venues around Philadelphia.