As a legal ally to non-profits, Greg enjoys teaching tax-exempt organizations how to more effectively manage their resources and operations. He works diligently to help you through formation, financing, and acquisitions. Further, he can help you protect your assets and manage your liability and risk, while skillfully facilitating joint ventures. In every step, his goal is to help you look forward and stay on track, so you come out ahead with sound legal outcomes.
Prior to becoming an attorney, Greg was a Senior Auditor and consultant with KPMG. There, he counseled clients in the information, communications, and entertainment industries through initial and secondary public and private offerings. By bringing steadfast support, he encouraged clients to establish and implement “best practices” in their newly acquired business units. In addition to his work in the United States, Greg also worked as an expatriate in KPMG’s London, United Kingdom office, focusing on auditing and consulting to financial service providers.
Greg currently serves as an adjunct law professor with Regent University School of Law, teaching non-profit law, mergers and acquisitions, international transactions, and business planning and taxation. Further, Greg is a professor for the International Transaction class in South Korea, through its partnership with Regent University. Greg is also a sought-after lecturer for corporations and educational institutions throughout the U.S. and internationally, including Africa, Europe and Asia. He has been a guest lecturer at a Fortune 150 company’s corporate training on international transactions.
•Virginia Business magazine Legal Elite
Developed, analyzed, and executed strategic planning for $100 million closely held business transaction
•Joint Venture Facilitating:
Navigated skillfully international transactional issues allowing a $150 million joint venture of key U.S.-based natural resource organizations to successfully achieve cross-border trade and investment flows with Africa
•Venture Capital Raising:
Conceived, composed, and implemented offering placement memorandums and related agreements for multiple venture capital and private equity funds raising capital ranging from $5 million to $100 million
Structured and implemented innovative international tax strategies and drafted numerous related agreements allowing one of the United States’ largest donor-advised funds to expand worldwide
Formulated distinct financial holdings and operational structures for a Fortune 500 company to uniquely protect organizational and governmental interests domestically and internationally
•Great Commission Resource International, Inc.
Strategic Planning Committee Member
•Mars Hill Faith & Freedom Worldwide Summit
Advisory Board Member
•Storehouse Trust/Crosswater Global Foundation, Ltd.
•Tidewater Community College/Academy for Nonprofit Excellence
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•American Bar Association
Business Law and Tax Sections
•American Institute of Certified Public Accountants (AICPA)
•Regent University School of Law
•Virginia Board of Accountancy, CPA
•Virginia State Bar
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