Greg is the co-chair of the Leasing and Property Management division of the firm’s Real Estate practice group. He is a transactional real estate attorney with decades of experience representing businesses, investors, and developers in a range of transactions and projects. He handles the leasing of commercial property representing both landlords and tenants and counseling buyers and sellers in all phases of the purchase, sale, and development of commercial real estate. He has led efforts on real estate-related projects for national, regional, and local retailers and developers for projects including warehouse and industrial facilities, office buildings, hotels, shopping centers and malls, mixed-use developments, and corporate headquarters.
In addition to representing a wide range of clients, Greg’s experience includes serving as lead outside real estate counsel for a Fortune 50 consumer products company, managing the company’s real estate transactions within the U.S. and Canada. He handled the company’s acquisition of more than 450 acres of real estate for a more than $500,000,000 manufacturing facility, a project publicized as the largest economic development project in the history of the locale state. Greg also represented the company’s leasing transaction for the construction and operation of a biomass power generation facility to supply renewable energy and steam, a project valued at more than $250,000,000. In addition to managing all of the company’s office, warehouse, industrial, and retail leasing throughout the U.S. and Canada, Greg was also the lead attorney on the company’s large-scale, nationwide build-to-suit lease projects aimed at furthering the company’s initiative to consolidate its distribution networks and facilities.
Greg is a member of the firm's Board of Directors.
- University of Dayton School of Law (J.D., cum laude, 2001)
- University of Dayton Law Review, research editor (2000 - 2001)
- CALI Awards (Top Grade) in Administrative Law; Commercial Drafting; UCC-1 (Sales); UCC-2 (Commercial Paper); UCC-3 (Secured Transactions); Basic Real Estate Transactions; and Constitutional Law
- Ohio University (B.B.A., cum laude, 1998)
- Business Pre-Law and Finance
- Dayton Bar Association
- Ohio State Bar Association