Greg is a member of the Professional Liability Department and focuses his practice on the defense of claims made and suits brought against attorneys, accountants, corporate directors and officers, and other professionals. He also has significant experience in bankruptcy law and foreclosure-related litigation, and he represents banks and mortgage servicers in matters involving those areas. Greg's bankruptcy experience also makes him a valuable resource in any case-regardless of the claims or law at issue-that involves or is affected by bankruptcy.
Prior to joining Marshall Dennehey, Greg was an associate at a law firm in Upper Gwynedd, Pennsylvania, where his practice primarily focused on commercial litigation, creditor-rights litigation, bankruptcy and municipal litigation. He has successfully represented clients in federal and state courts throughout Pennsylvania, New Jersey and Delaware.
After graduating from the University of Richmond in 2001, Greg earned his juris doctor from the Villanova University School of Law in 2005, where he was an Academic All-American on the water polo team. While there, he also served as an extern for the Honorable Stanley R. Ott at the Montgomery County Court of Common Pleas.
In addition to practicing law, Greg has also served on the Board of Directors of the North Penn YMCA and as a committeeman for the Montgomery County Republican Party.
•Forbearance Agreements -- Structure and Important Provisions, National Business Institute, August 2014, Philadelphia, PA
•Real Estate Foreclosure: A Step-By-Step Workshop - How Bankruptcy Changes The Foreclosure Landscape, National Business Institute, March 2014, Philadelphia, PA
•Collections and FDCPA Compliance - Piercing The Corporate Veil In Commercial Collections, National Business Institute, December 2013, Philadelphia, PA
•Collections and FDCPA Compliance - Preparing For Bankruptcy's Impact On Collections, National Business Institute, December 2013, Philadelphia, PA
•Real Property Foreclosure, A Step-by-Step Workshop - How Bankruptcy Changes the Landscape, National Business Institute, December 2012, Philadelphia, PA
•Collection Law Tips and Strategies - Essential Bankruptcy Issues Impacting Collection Law, National Business Institute, April 2012, Philadelphia, PA
•What Does Bernie Madoff Have To Do With Lawsuits Against Attorneys? An Examination Of Professional Liability Actions Against Lawyers Arising Out Of Ponzi Schemes, Presentation to Westport Insurance Corporation, October 2011, Chicago, IL
•FDCPA and Collecting the Judgment - Bankruptcy's Implications on Collection Practices, National Business Institute, August 2011, Philadelphia, PA
•Advanced Topics in Foreclosure, National Business Institute, July 2011, Philadelphia, PA
•The Tax Consequences of Foreclosure, National Business Institute, national webinar, 2011
•Nuts and Bolts of Bankruptcy Law, National Business Institute, 2009, Philadelphia, PA
•Real Estate Tax Sales Law in Pennsylvania, National Business Institute, 2008, Philadelphia, PA
•Collection Law From Start To Finish, National Business Institute, 2008, Philadelphia, PA
•Fundamentals of Bankruptcy Law, National Business Institute, 2007, Philadelphia, PA
•It's Confirmed (or, Rather, Affirmed): In Pennsylvania the Truth Shall Set You Free, Defense Digest, September 1, 2011
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Marshall Dennehey Announces New Shareholders, Senior Counsel and Special Counsel
January 5, 2015
Marshall Dennehey Warner Coleman & Goggin announced today that 10 attorneys, half of them women, were elected shareholders of the firm at the annual shareholders' meeting held December 9 in Philadelphia. The new shareholders, categorized by office, are as follows.Philadelphia, PA: Gregory W....
Legal Ethics: Top Challenges
Seminar • Apr 27, 2015 Event Description:This course compiles the toughest current challenges attorneys face in protecting their professional reputations.
Its Confirmed (or, Rather, Affirmed): In Pennsylvania, the Truth Shall Set You Free
Defense Digest Article • September 1, 2011
Pennsylvania - Contract, Key Points:Truthful statements alone do not give rise to a claim for intentional interference with contractual relations.It is appropriate to look to the Restatement in analyzing claims for intentional interference with contractual..., Defense Digest, Vol. 17, No. 3, September 2011