Greg focuses his practice on merger and acquisition/corporate governance litigation, employment litigation and counseling and appellate litigation in his complex commercial litigation practice. He also regularly handles commercial disputes between businesses. Clients benefit from Greg’s ability to analyze their problems, develop strategies to leverage their positions into positive settlement outcomes, and craft the most effective courses of action.
Greg is a trusted M&A litigator who has defended multiple sellers of middle-market enterprises against claims of fraud and breaches of representations and warranties. In these high-stakes litigations, Greg’s acumen in thoroughly understanding his client’s business and the facts surrounding the transaction enables him to forcefully advocate on behalf of his clients.
In Greg’s employment litigation practice, he represents employers and individuals in discrimination claims, wage and hour litigation, and restrictive covenant litigation. Greg also engages in employment counseling to create best-practices to avoid litigation. Employers appreciate Greg’s ability to understand their business’ work-place and craft litigation solutions to achieve positive resolutions. Greg also is a skilled appellate litigator.
Prior to joining Klehr Harrison, Greg clerked on the Third Circuit Court of Appeals for Judge Dolores Sloviter and on the New Jersey Superior Court, Appellate Division for Judge Jane Grall. He graduated from the Rutgers School of Law—Camden, where he served on the executive board of the Rutgers Law Journal, and participated in Rutgers’ pro bono programs, earning the Pro Bono Award for Significant Achievement.
Rutgers School of Law, J.D.
The Richard Stockton College of New Jersey, B.A.
U.S. Court of Appeals, Third Circuit
U.S. District Court, Eastern District of Pennsylvania
U.S. District Court, District of New Jersey
Rutgers Law Journal (Publication Editor)