Greg’s primary focus is on general corporate and securities law. While he counsels publicly and privately held businesses on a wide array of legal and business issues, a significant portion of Greg’s practice involves advising his public company clients on corporate governance matters. He also negotiates public and private securities offerings, and various methods of business financing and capital formation.
Greg advises clients on matters of federal securities law compliance, and routinely assists his public company clients and their officers and directors in preparing Securities and Exchange Commission filings, including Form 10-Ks, Form 10-Qs, Form 8-Ks, proxy statements, and Section 16 beneficial ownership reports.
Greg was an associate at Squire, Sanders & Dempsey before beginning his tenure at Calfee in 1997. Greg left Calfee in 2002 to become senior corporate counsel for Noveon, Inc. (which was later acquired by The Lubrizol Corporation in 2004) in Brecksville, Ohio. He returned to Calfee in 2006 after four years of advising his Noveon and Lubrizol clients on a variety of corporate, securities, employment, environmental and commercial law issues.