Recognized as a leading energy and electricity lawyer by Chambers USA, Greg is a frequent speaker at energy industry conferences and a contributor to a wide range of publications, including The Electricity Journal, Electric Light & Power, Energy Risk, Bloomberg Law Reports, Project Finance International, Corporate Counsel, Windpower Engineering, and EnergyLaw 360. He also authored a quarterly column in Electric Energy T&D Magazine and Rationalizing Supply with Demand: Electricity Demand Response in U.S. Wholesale Electricity Markets, a book chapter in U.S. Law and Taxation.
In addition, Greg has taught energy seminars at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology Sloan School, Cornell Law School, and Syracuse University. Greg has presented at The Harvard Kennedy School, Harvard Electricity Policy Group, regarding electricity market structure as well as manipulation legal issues.
•Energy and commodities
•White collar defense and investigations
•Global energy and infrastructure
Recognition & Leadership
Awards & Accolades
•Listed, Chambers USA, 2012-2018
•Listed, Euromoney's Expert Guides:Euromoney Expert Guide to the World's Leading Experts in Energy Law, 2016-2018
•Listed, The Legal 500 United States
•Energy Transactions: Conventional Power, 2016
•Energy Transactions: Oil and Gas, 2016
•Energy - Regulatory and Transactions, 2015
(Also at Boston, MA Office)
Professional & Community Involvement
•Member, Energy Bar Association
•Member, Membership Committee, 2016-2019
•Board Member, Foundation of the Energy Law Journal, 2017-2019
•Chair, Electricity Committee, 2016
•Vice-chair, Electricity Committee, 2015
•Judge, MassChallenge Boston 2016 Start-up Accelerator Program
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