Greg has experience handling a variety of cases from inception through trial. He proactively and strategically uses discovery to pursue documents and testimony that make or break a case, while at the same time strengthening a client’s position in settlement negotiations. He thrives under pressure, having worked on cases that go to a trial verdict and at hearings for temporary restraining orders and preliminary injunctions.  


Greg focuses his practice in the representation of clients in litigation involving higher education, commercial litigation, white collar defense, trade secrets, and general litigation.  


Rutgers School of Law, J.D., cum laude, 2014

  • Editor-in-chief 2013–2014, Rutgers Journal of Law & Public Policy
  • Plumbum Nos in Posterus Academic Scholarship
  • Hunter Moot Court Competition
  • Pro bono projects: VITA, Street Law

University of Pittsburgh, B.A. (Political Science and History), summa cum laude, 2011



New Jersey

U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania

Life Beyond the Office

Greg spends his free time eating his way through the incredible array of restaurants in Philadelphia and attending concerts at the many venues that Philly has to offer. He also enjoys spending late nights playing goalie for his men’s league ice hockey team.  

Honors & Affiliations

Justice Rising Advocates Executive Committee

Philadelphia Bar Association—Young Lawyers Division

University of Pittsburgh Alumni Association


  • “Piercing the Corporate Veil in Commercial Collection,” National Business Institute, December 2013. Co-authored with Gregory W. Fox, Esq.
  • “Unpaid Internships: A Tale of Legal Dissonance,” Rutgers Journal of Law & Public Policy 11, no. 3 (Spring 2014).
  • “New Federalism and Individual Rights: The Good Faith Exception,” history honors thesis, University of Pittsburgh, 2011.

Speeches & Presentations

  • “Jehovah’s Witnesses and the Constitution: An Expansion of First Amendment Rights,” University of Pittsburgh Brackenridge Seminar, 2010.

  • “Balancing on the Constitutional Fence: The Fourth Amendment and National Security Concerns in the Twenty-First Century,” University of Pittsburgh Brackenridge Seminar, 2009.