Professional Experience

Greg practices in the areas of corporate, business law and real estate. He frequently advises clients on business formation; mergers and acquisitions; joint ventures; commercial lending, financing and leasing; complex contracts; trademark registration and disputes and intellectual property licensing; and shareholder / partner disputes.

Greg represents emerging and established businesses in a wide range of industries including technology, health care (including urgent care, home healthcare, assisting living and nursing homes), restaurants, breweries, education, construction and professional services (including physician practice groups, accountants, attorneys, software and IT companies and design firms). He assists them with general business matters, as well as employment contracts, wage and hour and overtime issues, independent contractor versus employee classification and real estate needs. He has significant experience representing government contractors, particularly in the intelligence community, with matters that often involve mergers and acquisitions intellectual property, technology transfer and licensing concerns.

Greg also advises clients in venture capital and private placements. He has managed numerous private placements involving both equity and debt offerings for companies in various industries in offering amounts ranging from $400,000 to $110 Million.

Prior to practicing law Greg was an entrepreneur, co-founding and operating a computer technology company, as well as an internet e-commerce company.

Representative Transactions

  • A $60 million merger of 44 oil and gas limited partnerships with and into a single-member entity involving the redemption of approximately 10,000 investors (and drafting of the accompanying proxy statement);
  • An intelligence community contractor’s acquisition by a larger defense contractor;
  • A $110 million syndication of limited partnership interests for an oil and gas producer;
  • A defense contractor’s acquisition of an intelligence community contractor;
  • Private capital raising through convertible debt for an Internet-services company;
  • A B2B technology company in private equity investment deals, the creation of its SaS (software-as-service) “click-wrap” licensing agreements and its incentive-compensation-based employment agreements;
  • A medical research and technology company in its licensing and services agreement negotiations with a large medical and education institution;
  • Corporate, partnership, and personal tax matters (including 501 (c) (3) corporations);
  • Hart-Scott-Rodino Antitrust Improvements Act (“HSR”) compliance.

Personal Information

Education

  • University of Baltimore School of Law, Baltimore, Maryland, J.D., magna cum laude, May 1998
  • University of Delaware, Newark, Delaware B.S., June 1989; Major: Physical Therapy

Bar Admission

  • State of Maryland 1998
  • District of Columbia 2008

Bar Associations

  • Maryland State Bar Association
  • District of Columbia Bar Association

Published Articles

  • The New Fire in the Warehouse, INsurance, (Winter 2016)
  • Blowing the Whistle: Application of the False Claims Act in Outpatient Medicine, 2 Advance for Directors in Rehabilitation, 11(2001)
  • The OIG’s Quest for Fraud: The OIG Six State Review of Outpatient Rehabilitation, 7 Advance for Directors in Rehabilitation, 11 (2000)
  • The Federal Bark and Bite: The Federal Anti-kickback Statute and its Application in Rehabilitation, 4 Advance for Directors in Rehabilitation, 9 (2000)
  • Reverse Engineering as a Method of Achieving Compatibility in the Computer Industry, 6 U. BALT. INTELL. PROP. L. J., I (1997).

Community Involvement

  • Esophageal Cancer Action Network, Pro Bono Counsel
  • NSW Kids, Pro Bono Counsel
  • The Little Things for Cancer, Pro Bono General Counsel

Additional Information

  • Baltimore SmartCEO Legal Elite 2010, 2011, 2012
  • SmartCEO, Power Players Award, 2014

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