J.D., University of Georgia 1983
B.B.A., University of Georgia 1980
Georgia trial and appellate courts
U.S. District Court, Middle District of Georgia
Greg has extensive experience working with varied business interests such as banks (community and national), commercial financing, public financing (including general obligation and revenue bonds), local governments (cities, counties, boards of education and development authorities), franchised operations, telecommunications enterprises, agribusiness, construction litigation, employment issues (both public and private sector) and zoning.
Greg has taught general banking and business law to bank employees on behalf of both the Community Bankers Association of Georgia and the American Institute of Banking. He has also served as a Special Master in a number of condemnation cases.
Greg took a three year leave of absence from the private practice of law to return to his alma mater as Senior Director of Law School Advancement at the University of Georgia School of Law. During his tenure, total giving to the law school more than doubled and annual giving through the Law School Fund grew by 35%. Now back in private practice, Greg continues to serve as an Adjunct Professor at Georgia Law.
Greg has an AV® Preeminent™ rating by Martindale-Hubbell.