Greg is an experienced, award-winning litigator who represents Fortune 500 companies at trial and on appeal in federal and state courts around the country. A Marine veteran, Greg received his bachelor’s degree in economics from Yale University and graduated cum laude from Harvard Law School.
Greg represents clients in a wide array of practice areas, including commercial disputes, products liability, intellectual property, antitrust, and personal injury. Greg has argued appeals in both federal and state court and has completed nearly a dozen trials. Greg also maintains a robust pro bono practice and has been appointed to represent indigent clients in federal appellate courts.
Following law school, Greg served for six years on active duty in the United States Marine Corps. He graduated in the top 1% of his class at The Basic School and was the honor graduate from Naval Justice School, where he also received the New York City Bar Association’s Trial Advocacy Award. Greg’s efforts as a defense counsel—including five acquittals in a five-month span—led to his selection as the Marine Corps Defense Services Organization Defense Counsel of the Year. Outside the courtroom, Greg also served as a Company Commander aboard Marine Corps Recruit Depot Parris Island.
At Yale, Greg was a four-year letter winner in lacrosse and received All-Ivy and All-New England honors. At Harvard Law School, Greg received the Irving Oberman Memorial Prize for legal history writing.
Prior to joining McGuireWoods, Greg clerked for Judge D. Michael Fisher of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit.
Successfully represented an aeronautical communications company in the Second Circuit Court of Appeals after McGuireWoods secured a highly favorable defense verdict at trial. Trainum v. Rockwell Collins, Inc., 765 F. App’x 514 (2019) (argued)
Represented a Fortune 100 telecommunications company in a complex commercial dispute in California state court.
Represented a Fortune 100 car manufacturer in a long-running tax dispute before the Supreme Court of Virginia.
Currently representing a Fortune 100 construction equipment manufacturer in a complex products liability case in the Southern District of Florida.
Successfully defended one of the world’s largest ride-sharing companies in personal injury cases around the country. Secured numerous dismissals and grants of summary judgment.
Represented one of the world’s largest door and window manufacturers in an antitrust and contract dispute in the Eastern District of Virginia.
Represented a medical marijuana company in an administrative appeal before the Virginia Court of Appeals. No. 1070-19-2 (argued)
Selected for inclusion in Best Lawyers: Ones to Watch, Litigation - Securities, 2021
Selected for Inclusion, Daily Journal, “Top Verdicts,” 2020